Podcast Planet Philadelphia aired live October 4, 2019 WGGT-LP 92.9 FM in Philadelphia; GND Origin Story with Anthony Rodgers-Wright and the PES refinery ongoing three ring circus with Peter Winslow.
Listen to the podcast of yesterday's live Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show with guests:
Anthony Rogers-Wright, The Green New Deal’s Origin Story: Anthony Rogers-Wright, Policy Coordinator for the Climate Justice Alliance (CJA), explains the origins of the climate justice ideas in the GND as well as discuss why he and the CJA believe that a “just transition” to a greener world must place race, gender and class at the center of solutions.
Peter Winslow, Future for PES?: Peter Winslow has followed developments at PES (Philadelphia Energy Solutions, the largest refinery on the east coast) for several years. This is the next installment is about the fast moving situation at the former PES refinery in the wake of the explosion, fires and closure of the facility.
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