How we treat our water resources will determine our health and the health of the planet.
Tune in to Planet Philadelphia 4-5 pm tomorrow, Friday 3/15/19, on WGGT-LP 92.9 FM Germantown Community Radio and streaming at gtownradio.com to hear Planet Philadelphia guests talk about different ways to express concerns about water in our current climate change crisis and our future.
Temple University professors Dr. Merián Soto and Dr. Fletcher Chmara-Huff will talk about global water issues, and about OASIS, a celebration of World Water Day to be held on 3/22 starting at 1pm. This is a daylong educational symposium and dance presentation by Temple dance students, in partnership with the Office of Sustainability and the Department of Geography and Urban Studies at Temple University. Some of the participating students may be joining in this live interview.
Listen to Planet Philadelphia 4-5 PM the first and third Friday of the month on your radio dial at WGGT-LP 92.9 FM in NW Philadelphia, and G-Town Radio, http://www.gtownradio.com. Shows aired live will be available as podcasts shortly after they broadcast.
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Planet Philadelphia is a radio show about our shared environment aired 4:00-5:00 PM EST the first and third Friday a month on WGGT-LP 92.9 FM in Philadelphia and/or at gtownradio.com. Also on Villanova University’s radio station, WXVU, Thursday mornings at 9:00 a.m. at 89.1FM.
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