TODAY! New Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show coming up and streaming on GTown Radio 4-5:00pm 7/21/17
Senator Robert Casey, Jr. will give some insight into what’s happening with Climate Change and the political scene in DC and what we can do about it here at home in Philly.
Also, Michelle Kondo of the USFS tells us about the new collaboration between the Schuylkill Center, CHOP, Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, and the U.S. Forest Service which will connect primary care pediatric health and wellness with nature and time spent being active outdoors.
Planet Philadelphia show host, Kay Wood, and environmental news reporter, Linda Rosenwein, bring you this and more on the new Planet Philadelphia streaming on your favorite local radio station, GTown Radio, 4-5:00pm Friday, 7/21/17. (http://www.gtownradio.com) Tune in for some great informative radio listening. For more environmental reporting please tune back in to G-Town Radio (http://www.gtownradio.com) for the next Planet Philadelphia show: 4-5:00 pm Friday August 4, 2017. Lots of interesting new interviews, news and music.
To listen to Planet Philadelphia shows you might have missed, check out the podcast page on Planet Philadelphia website, http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts and/or on gtownradio.com a day or so after they’ve aired on G-Town Radio. Planet Philadelphia’s listener comment line is: (484) 278-1846. Record a comment or event announcement anytime to be broadcast on the next Planet Philadelphia radio show.
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