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Dec 6, 2016
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Indigenous people hold the key to caribou survival

David Suzuki
One thing governments could do to ensure caribou survive and thrive in the face of development: listen to the people who have shared the area with caribou for countless years.
Blog
Aug 2, 2016
caribou antlers in the snow

Half measures aren't enough to save caribou

David Suzuki
The challenge to recover caribou is not Alberta's alone; it is a national undertaking. Boreal caribou are threatened in every province except Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
Blog
Jul 20, 2016

Industrial damage threatens Blueberry River's way of life

David Suzuki
In much of the territory, which once supported healthy moose and caribou populations, it's difficult to walk half a kilometre before hitting a road, seismic line or other industrial infrastructure.
Podcast
Feb 22, 2015

200 wolves to be shot from helicopters in B.C.

Redeye
The provincial government plans to kill 200 wolves this year in an attempt to protect dwindling caribou herds. Krista Roessingh says the real problem is habitat loss and human encroachment.
Blog
Mar 4, 2014

Wildlife win in court, lose on the ground

David Suzuki
The David Suzuki Foundation and other environmental groups just won a court victory for species at risk, but endangered plants and animals aren't out of the woods yet.
Blog
Sep 17, 2013

Tahltan's Sacred Headwaters defence has deep roots

David Suzuki
The Sacred Headwaters is at risk from a multitude of proposed mines, railways, transmission lines and other projects, including a mountaintop coal mine. The Tahltan have vowed to protect the area.
Blog
Mar 19, 2013

Big-picture thinking needed to protect nature

David Suzuki
Industrial projects like the Northern Gateway pipeline grab headlines, but it’s often the combined impacts of numerous activities that threaten to drive nature beyond critical tipping points.
Podcast
Jun 16, 2010
Redeye

Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement a flawed deal

Redeye
Dawn Paley of the Vancouver Media Co-op has taken a close look at this new agreement. She believes that Canadian environmental organizations have signed away the right to protest for very little gain.
Podcast
Jun 1, 2010

Forest agreement will not save woodland caribou

Redeye
The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement has been hailed as a historic deal that could save a significant amount of caribou habitat. Stan Boutin is a biologist in Alberta.
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