Funding the climate crisis transition equitably; talks with Jarmo Kikstra & Maryrose Myrtetus
Radio show aired on 92.9 FM WGGT-LP in Philadelphia or gtownradio.com 12/17/21: Can we afford to take on the challenge of climate change in an equitable way, and even alleviate poverty? We talk about worldwide and local perspectives to these questions with Jarmo Kikstra, a researcher with the Energy, Climate and Environmental Program (ECE) at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA). And with Maryrose Myrtetus is the Executive Director of the Philadelphia Green Capital Corp (PGCC), the new green bank affiliate of the Philadelphia Energy Authority (PEA).
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