Thursday, April 30, 2015

PA Environmental Council Launches Environmental Focus TV Show On PCN May 3

The PA Environmental Council has announced it will produce a monthly, half-hour television talk show on environmental issues beginning May 3 on the Pennsylvania Cable Network and later online at PEC’s website.
Titled “Environmental Focus,” this show will center on a different environmental topic each month, and will feature guests and roundtable discussion with particular insights and expertise on the issues.
The broadcast one Sunday afternoon per month on PCN.
The May 3 program will air at 5:30 p.m. and will focus on the Pennsylvania capital budget. The featured guest will be former Department of Environmental Protection secretary David Hess, now Director of Policy & Communications at Crisci Associates in Harrisburg.
A one-on-one interview with Hess will be followed by a roundtable discussion on the budget with R. John Dawes, executive director of the Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds, Harry Campbell, Pennsylvania director of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, and Davitt Woodwell, president of the PA Environmental Council.
“Environmental Focus is another way that PEC is taking its message to our members, our constituents, policy-makers, and decision-makers in Pennsylvania,” said Woodwell.
“We think it’s an effective tool for reaching important audiences and openly discussing the issues, ideas, and challenges facing the Pennsylvania environment,” he added. “And PEC hopes to lead the discussion on these issues in ways that elevate the debate in a thoughtful, transparent, and productive way.”
For more information, visit the PA Environmental Council website.

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