Tune in to Planet Philadelphia 4-5:00 PM today (Friday 11/20/20) at 92.9 FM WGGT-LP in Philadelphia and live streaming at gtownradio.com, for our new show about young people and the environment with guests:
John Campbell is a junior in a Roman Catholic high school in Philadelphia and the organizer/contact for the Philadelphia chapter of Fridays for the Future, an international youth group that works to prevent environment degradation and limit climate change. The most prominent member of that group is Greta Thunberg. John will talk about what motivates him and what this group is doing.
Bert Myers, Director of the Environmental Education and Information Center at the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), and Tara Muenz is Assistant Director of Education at Stroud Water Research Center. DEP provides environmental education grants which support youth and adults and also provides professional development on the environment for formal and non-formal educators. The Stroud Water Research Center education program is a past grant recipient. Together, they will discuss environmental education activities/initiatives for young people.
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