THE GREEN HOUR – A RADIO SHOW FOR OUR COMMUNITY
In an exciting development, the environmental community in the Delaware River area is to get its own Radio Show! Gery Juleff is launching the ‘Green Hour’ on the internet radio station www.panjradio.com on Monday 26th January at 6pm.
Working with co-hosts Kathleen Biggins and John Gattuso, Gery will be taking a look at issues of importance to the environmental community in the region every week, with expert guests joining him.
Guests on the first show will be Representative Rush Holt, Caroline Katmann, Executive Director of the Sourlands Conservancy and Christine Symington, Director of Sustainable Princeton. In the second show, Stacey Kennealy of Green Faith, George Price from the Quaker community and other people of faith will discuss the moral imperatives for taking action on the environment and for leading more sustainable lives. Guest on the third show will be award winning Pennsylvanian journalist and author Seamus McGraw, who will discuss his book on the impact of fracking on his childhood home, ‘End of Country; dispatches from the Frack Zone’, and his forthcoming book, ‘Betting the Farm on Drought; Stories from the Front Line of Climate Change’.
Gery has also created a website for the show, www.greenhourradio.com, on which he will talk about upcoming shows, post important announcements from the community and facilitate discussions on key issues. It will also have podcasts of shows in case you miss the live version. The Green Hour Team will also be looking to work with educators to see how the program can help them in their efforts to make the environment an important part of our children’s education.
We think that this is a welcome initiative and hope that you will support the show by listening in and sharing with friends.