Today we have some great interviews – first up will be PennEnvironment organizer, Zoë Cina-Sklar. She’ll be talking about the controversial energy hub proposal and about the potential for 10,000 new green jobs here in Philly. There’s a correction from what I’d said on the last show, and the second guest will be Anthony Giancatarino - Director of Policy and Strategy at the Center for Social Inclusion, He tells us about the movement for a just transition to renewable energy. He has some time sensitive information so I decided to switch things up. You will be able to hear Karen Melton’s interview in another Planet Philadelphia soon. So tune in for a super show.
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