Planet Philadelphia Today: Water challenges facing the city

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Water Dept. Project at Saylor Grove © Kay Wood
Tune in to Planet Philadelphia 4-5 pm today, 8/16/19, on WGGT-LP 92.9 FM Germantown Community Radio and streaming at gtownradio.com.

There are many challenging water issues facing us here in the city; environmental degradation, pollution, aging infrastructure, and climate change. The Philadelphia Water Department's  Marc Cammarata, Deputy Commissioner of the Department’s Planning and Environmental Services, and Kelly Anderson, the Watershed Protection Program Manager of the Department, will discuss the complexities of how the Philadelphia Water Department manages its water supply and works on environmental issues.  Also on this show:
  • Water Project from Temple University Students:  As part of a Geography of Hazards class at Temple, students Gennifer Rollins, Kacey Banford, Marisa Duca, Kirby Kistler, and Kerry Shanahan made this podcast.
  • News and Updates on Water Stories Locally, Nationally, and Globally: your host, Kay Wood, and your assistant producer/reporter, Linda Rosenwein, will discuss water issues that have surfaced since our last show on water (3/15), including the recently initiated “Philadelphia Inquirer’s” yearlong project, the Source on the Delaware Watershed and the city’s “Drinking Water: Master Plan Overview” (March 2019) as well as other national and global water issues.

Don’t miss the next Planet PhiladelphiaThis locally produced radio show about our shared environment airs 4-5 PM the first and third Friday each month on WGGT-LP 92.9 FM Germantown Community Radio and streaming at gtownradio.com.

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