May was another month in a record run of planet wide warming. June seems to be set to follow suit. Meanwhile the Energy Department is closing the office working on climate change abroad. But don’t despair – we have lots to buck you up today on this Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show. Tune in for a great listening experience!
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Podcast: Climate change and US national security, energy and transportation on Planet Philadelphia live streamed G-Town Radio 4/7/17
Informative vital stories on this edition of Planet Philadelphia (streamed on-line at Gtown Radio 4/7/17) Hear about threats to US national security and other climate change challenges with host Kay Wood and fabulous guests taking on this and more.
David W. Titley, Rear Admiral USN (ret.) now a professor, Penn State School of International Affairs. He will speak about the great risk climate change poses for our national security and just what we can do to make our lives far safer.
New reporter debuts today! Linda Rosenwein reports on what’s new in energy engineering.
Urban planner, David Heller, on transportation planning in the age of climate change.
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Podcast: Fossil Fuels and Your Health: Physicians for Social Responsibility Report, Planet Philadelphia G-Town Radio 3/3/17
Switching to renewable energy can do many wonderful things for our lives. One of the most beneficial is saving ourselves from the truly alarming impacts of fossil fuels on infant mortality and the myriad health impacts through out our lives. Listen to Kay Wood’s interview with Barbara Gottlieb of Physicians for Social Responsibility on how fossil fuel pollution is causing huge numbers of people right now right here in Pennsylvania to suffer severe health consequences and what can be done to change to a brighter healthier future. Also on this Planet Philadelphia – Pennsylvanians react to Senator Casey’s and Senator Toomey’s votes on Scott Pruit as the new head of the EPA.
Please also tune back in to G-Town Radio http://www.gtownradio.com for the more in this continuing radio show exploring our world. Upcoming guests scheduled include; Linda Black Elk on DALP, Jacqueline Patterson, Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program, on environmental justice, and an update on children’s law suit over climate change that has gained surprising headway in the courts from Nate Bellinger, Staff Attorney, State Program Manager, Our Children's Trust, and more.
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Listen to the podcast here of the great Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show that streamed live on Gtown Radio 2/3/17:
Our environment shapes us all from the first moment of our existence to our last. Pennsylvania State Representative Donna Bullock will explain why she believes this simple truth has a harsher impact on people of color and those with lower incomes here in Philadelphia and across the globe. Listen to her powerful interview with Kay Wood, the host of Planet Philadelphia, on wonderful G-Town Radio, http://www.gtownradio.com. Also Rebekah Driscoll talks about why she composed her choral piece for four treble voices “Climate Honesty” after she had heard about U.S. Senator James Inhofe bringing in a snowball to the US Senate in an attempt to deny the existence of climate change.
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5:13 - Pennsylvania State Representative Donna Bullock
24:41 - Composer Rebekah Driscoll
43:39 - Climate Honesty, choral music
48: 55 - Bill Mettler - Climate Conference - Feb 17-19 @ Chestnut Hill College
51:14 - Opinion: New Congressional actions…is the plan now for us to shoot ourselves when the pollution gives us cancer and we can’t get it treated?
Podcast: Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show, host Kay Wood, streamed on G-Town Radio 12/2/16
Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show, G-Town Radio 12/2/16: hear about a station that makes hydrogen from water and Philly’s vision for sustainability in our new political world.
In this Planet Philadelphia radio show you’ll hear Sunita Satyapal, the Director of the Fuel Cell Technologies office at the US Department of Energy, tell us about exciting new developments in hydrogen energy technology. Also, on this Planet Philadelphia, Christine Knapp, the Director of Philadelphia's Sustainability Office will tell us about the new approach to sustainability that offers ways for all Philadelphians to take part in our sustainable future.
Please make your donation today to donate to keep G-town Radio going strong. Tune back in to fabulous G-town Radio for another Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show December 16th. I’ll be talking with our State Senator Art Haywood about what to do about the high lead levels in Philly’s drinking water. I also hope to have Jordan Yeager on to tell us about how we have protection for our air and water written into our constitution here in PA. And how we might use that to help protect us from anti-environmental trends in our politics with the new administration in Washington.
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In this episode of Planet Philadelphia: First up you’ll hear Michael Nairn, who teaches at the Urban Studies Program at the University of Pennsylvania, talk about how justice needs an equal place in discussions of a sustainable world. Then we’ll hear from Bernie Sanders delegate, Russell Greene, a climate activist who was instrumental in helping to write the Democratic Party platform to recognize that we are in a climate emergency, and that anything short of a World War II-like mobilization will bring catastrophic consequences to civilization.
Please tune in to the next exciting Planet Philadelphia this Friday, November 18th, at 4:00 p.m. on fabulous G-Town Radio at www.gtownradio.com to hear these great interviews, music and more.
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Listen to the podcast of the Planet Philadelphia that was streamed on G-town Radio May 6, 2016 with host Kay Wood’s interviews with Karen Melton, a local climate change activist who talked about her experiences with the Citizens' Climate Lobby and their proposal for a carbon fee and dividend system that’s getting a lot of support across the political spectrum. The second interview is with Dr. Alison LaBonte about Department of Energy’s (DOE) Wave Energy Prize competition. According to some estimates wave energy could meet much of US energy needs if we can solve the technical hurdles. The DOE’s Wave Energy Prize is designed to help work out the best technological innovations to do just that.
Please do tune back in to G-town Radio at 4:00 Friday May 20th for a dynamic interview about sea level rise with Professor Benjamin Horton of Rutgers University who tells us about the absolute urgency about acting on climate change now on another great Planet Philadelphia.
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Thought-provoking interviews on this Planet Philadelphia radio show live streamed on wonderful Gtown Radio April 15th with host Kay Wood. In addition to an interview with Zoë Cina-Sklar from PennEnvironment who spoke on the controversial energy hub and about the potential for 10,000 new green jobs here in Philly, we have Anthony Giancatarino, Director of Policy and Strategy at the Center for Social Inclusion, talking about a just transition to renewable energy.
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Podcast: Planet Philadelphia, April 1, 2016 - Kay Wood’s interview with State Senator Art Haywood on fabulous Gtown Radio
It's an exciting Planet Philadelphia streamed live on wonderful http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00, April 1, 2016. State Senator Art Haywood, who represents our own 4th district in Harrisburg, was interviewed by host Kay Wood about his views on the proposed and controversial energy hub.
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