conservation

Blog
Jul 2, 2013

Working with nature can protect us from floods

David Suzuki
Floods and extreme weather such as Calgary and Southern Alberta recently experienced are increasing in frequency and intensity. Protecting nature is a sound way to protect ourselves from the damage.
Podcast
Jun 5, 2013

Protecting Canada's grizzly bears

Redeye
A new report by the David Suzuki Foundation says that a number of populations of grizzly bears in North America are at risk of decline. Jeff Gailus is author of the report.
Event

Stomp the mega quarry walk-bike-run event

Jul 28, 2012
Honeywood , ON
Canada
44° 13' 22.2276" N, 80° 11' 13.992" W
Ontario CA
This summer’s big event to raise funds and awareness about a proposed mega quarry north of Orangeville will include a scenic panorama of the proposed quarry lands.
Blog
Jun 22, 2012

Rio+20: It's time for new solutions

Carleen Pickard
Maryam Adrangi
In the search for appealing, catchy, urgent and simple slogans, we climate justice activists have come to accept the phrase ‘climate change is the defining issue of our time’ as gospel. But is it ?
Blog
May 17, 2012

Going to bat for our flying furry friends

David Suzuki
Many of the 1,200 known species of bats, representing a quarter of all mammal species, are in trouble. And we humans deserve much of the blame.

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