Ballot Talks: (Unsolicited) Advice for the Next Mayor on Energy & the Environment in Philadelphia


Guests: Joe Minott, Matt Golas, and Mark Alan Hughes

In this edition of Ballot Talks on Radio Times, we continue our mini-series on offering (unsolicited) advice to the next mayor of Philadelphia on a variety of important issues that impact the city. Today, we’ll be discussing the environment and energy in our area with JOE MINOTT of the Clean Air Council, MATT GOLAS of PlanPhilly, and MARK ALAN HUGHES of PennDesign and The Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania. Among the topics we will discuss are the air and water quality in the city, Philly as an energy hub (and its pros and cons), city planning, open space, sustainability, the Philadelphia Land Bank, infrastructure, and much more. Join us.

(AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

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