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Planet Philadelphia is a radio show about our environment – where we all live, work, and play – produced and hosted by Kay Wood. You will hear a mix of environmental news, interviews, music, poetry, and reporting on community events. Planet Philadelphia is for the many Philadelphians who care about our planet. There are a lot of important and interesting issues to explore – and this show is the place to do that. Tune in every 1st and 3rd Friday from 4:00-5:00pm. Learn more about the host here.

Podcast: Great Guests on the Earth Day Planet Philadelphia streamed on GTown Radio 4/21/17 Print E-mail
Saturday, 22 April 2017

Celebrate our earth by learning about our environmental and climate crisis on Planet Philadelphia streamed live on-line at our wonderful local radio station G-Town Radio 4:00pm www.gtownradio.com.

 

On today’s show we’ll be hearing about the climate crisis and the challenges we face with in today’s political and economic conditions, Richard Whiteford, Climate Change Adviser and Board Member of the UN World Information Transfer NGO, Rabbi Julie Greenberg on the Power Local Green Jobs campaign addressing the intersection of climate issues, race, and extreme economic inequality, Lindsay Meiman - the Peoples Climate Movement and the April 29th march in Washington, Doug Wechsler on his new children’s book, The Hidden Life of a Toad, and Damali Rhett, will tell us about The Energy Co-op, renewable energy co-op.

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. Planet Philadelphia streams on the internet at http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00-5:00 p.m. the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month. To listen to shows after they’ve aired, check out the podcast page on Planet Philadelphia website, http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts.
 
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Today Ė New Planet Philadelphia 4-5 pm at www.gtownradio.com. Lotís of great guests. Print E-mail
Friday, 21 April 2017
Picture Celebrate our earth by learning about our environment on Planet Philadelphia streaming live on-line today at our wonderful local radio station G-Town Radio 4:00pm www.gtownradio.com.

On today’s show we’ll be hearing about the climate crisis and the challenges we face with in today’s political and economic conditions:

  • Richard Whiteford, Climate Change Adviser and Board Member of the UN World Information Transfer NGO
  • Rabbi Julie Greenberg on the Power Local Green Jobs campaign addressing the intersection of climate issues, race, and extreme economic inequality
  • Lindsay Meiman - the Peoples Climate Movement and the April 29th march in Washington
  • Doug Wechsler on his new children’s book, The Hidden Life of a Toad
  • Damali Rhett, will tell us about The Energy Co-op, renewable energy co-op.

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. Planet Philadelphia streams on the internet at http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00-5:00 p.m. the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month. To listen to shows after they’ve aired, check out the podcast page on Planet Philadelphia website, http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts.
 
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Podcast: Climate change and US national security, energy and transportation on Planet Philadelphia l Print E-mail
Saturday, 08 April 2017

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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.
 
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. Planet Philadelphia streams on the internet at http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00-5:00 p.m. the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month. To listen to shows after they’ve aired, check out the podcast page on Planet Philadelphia website, http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts.
 
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Listen to a great new Planet Philadelphia streaming on G-Town radio today! Print E-mail
Friday, 07 April 2017

A great Planet Philadelphia today! (Friday 4/7/17) Listen at 4:00 online to host Kay Wood and fabulous guests on G-Town Radio. Picture

 

  •  David W. Titley, Rear Admiral USN (ret.) now a professor, Penn State School of International Affairs 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.


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. Planet Philadelphia streams on the internet at http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00-5:00 p.m. the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month. To listen to shows after they’ve aired, check out the podcast page on Planet Philadelphia website, http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts.

 
Podcast: Environmental and Climate Justice? Planet Philadelphia, streamed 3/17/17 Print E-mail
Saturday, 18 March 2017

President Trump wants to get rid of programs that protect us from pollution of all sorts. In today’s Planet Philadelphia host Kay Wood speaks with Jacqueline Patterson, the Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program. Ms Patterson talks about the heavier burden placed on people of color by pollution right now from using fossil fuels. If the Trump administration gets it’s way, it will have a devastating impact on communities that already suffer an out-sized toxic burden.

Also on Planet Philadelphia today we get an update from the courts. Nate Bellinger, Staff Attorney and State Program Manager of Our Children's Trust lawsuit, discusses the government’s breach of trust with climate change. Lots more interesting environmental news, as well.

 
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Please also tune back in on-line to G-Town Radio (http://www.gtownradio.com) for the more in this continuing radio show exploring our world. 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. Planet Philadelphia streams on the internet at http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00-5:00 p.m. the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month. To listen to shows after they’ve aired, check out the podcast page on Planet Philadelphia website, http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts.
 
Tune back in to the next Planet Philadelphia
4:00, Friday, April 7, 2017
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Today: Environmental and Climate Justice? Planet Philadelphia , 4:00 Print E-mail
Friday, 17 March 2017
PictureEnvironmental and Climate Justice? Planet Philadelphia
President Trump wants to get rid of programs to protect us from fossil fuel pollution. This will have a devastating impact on communities that already suffer an out-sized toxic burden.

In today’s Planet Philadelphia host Kay Wood speaks with Jacqueline Patterson, the Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program. Ms Patterson talks about the heavier burden placed on people of color by toxic facilities and other pollution based health risks right now from fossil fuel use.
 
Also on Planet Philadelphia today we get an update from the courts. Nate Bellinger, Staff Attorney and State Program Manager of Our Children's Trust lawsuit, discusses the government’s breach of trust with climate change. Lots more interesting environmental news, as well.
 
Please also tune back in on-line to G-Town Radio (http://www.gtownradio.com) for the more in this continuing radio show exploring our world. 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. Planet Philadelphia streams on the internet at http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00-5:00 p.m. the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month. To listen to shows after they’ve aired, check out the podcast page on Planet Philadelphia website, http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts.
 
Tune back in to the next Planet Philadelphia
4:00, Friday, April 7, 2017
G-Town Radio
http://www.gtownradio.com
 
New Planet Philadelphia Today G-Town Radio 4:00 Print E-mail
Friday, 03 March 2017

New Planet Philadelphia Today G-Town Radio 4:00 3/3/17

Fossil Fuels and Your Health:  Physicians for Social Responsibility ReportPicture

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.

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Planet Philadelphia podcast , streamed on G-Town Radio 2/17/17 Print E-mail
Saturday, 18 February 2017

Guest’s on this Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show on G-town Radio were Christina Simeone, the Director of Policy and External Affairs at the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania, to give us a run down of energy policy in the US, including a view on how the new political situation might affect this vital far reaching part of our economy and lives.

Also on this Planet Philadelphia, Maura McCarthy, the Executive Director of  The Friends of the Wissahickon talked about their Sustainable Trail Initiative. The initiative is in the middle of a decade long effort of  habitat restoration, improved water quality, user experience and safet  y, and storm water management.

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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, Barbara Gottlieb, Director, Environment & Health Physicians for Social Responsibility on fossil fuel’s and the current climate crisis’s multiple impacts on our health, and more. Planet Philadelphia’s listener comment line: (484) 278-1846. Record a comment or event announcement anytime.

Planet Philadelphia streams on http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00-5:00 p.m. the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month. To listen to shows after they’ve aired, check out the podcast page on Planet Philadelphia website, http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts.

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Listen to the Podcast: PA Rep. Donna Bullock and Rebekah Driscoll, Planet Philadelphia 2/3/17 Print E-mail
Saturday, 04 February 2017
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.comAlso 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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Planet Philadelphia airs 4:00-5:00 p.m. the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month here on http://www.gtownradio.com/.

Planet Philadelphia’s listener comment line: (484) 278-1846
Record a comment or event announcement anytime.

Tune back in to Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show

on fabulous G-town Radio Feb 17, 2017


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Listen 4:00 Today To A New Planet Philadelphia, 2/3/17, on fabulous G-Town Radio Print E-mail
Friday, 03 February 2017
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Our environment shapes us all from the first moment of our existence to our last. 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, this Friday, February 3rd at 4:00 on wonderful G-Town Radio, http://www.gtownradio.com.

Also on this
Planet Philadelphia, listen to Wood’s talk with Rebekah Driscoll 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. Don’t miss this enlightening show!

Planet Philadelphia’s listener comment line: (484) 278-1846
Record a comment or event announcement anytime.

 

Tune back in to Planet Philadelphia
environmental radio show

on fabulous G-town Radio

Feb 17, 2017

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