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| December 19, 2014

Watch: David Suzuki's speech on Burnaby Mountain to Kinder Morgan protesters

Watch David Suzuki deliver a passionate message to the protesters on B.C.'s Burnaby Mountain.

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Alternatives Podcast

A\J Heroes #3: Interviews with Elizabeth May and Tzeporah Berman

January 16, 2014
| Unlike the big-name environmental heroes of the last few decades, the people inspiring Elizabeth May and Tzeporah Berman today are largely unknown and without the backing of big NGOs.
Length: 52:00 minutes (47.63 MB)
Alternatives Podcast

A\J Heroes (39.6): The Suzuki family podcast

December 3, 2013
| On the heroes edition of the Alternatives Journal podcast: interviews with Dr. David Suzuki about his environmental heroes, and with Severn Cullis-Suzuki on the 20 years since Rio.
Length: 31:41 minutes (29.02 MB)
| November 3, 2013
Photo: flickr/mrfink
| July 11, 2013
David Suzuki (Photo by David P. Ball)
| October 18, 2012
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| May 23, 2012
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Smash The State Report: Walks, evictions, occupations and Wente

May 4, 2012
| On the Smash the State Report: the Walk for Peace, Respect and Friendship, a piece from Julian Ichim on legitimacy in movements, ripping apart Margaret Wente's attack on David Suzuki, and more!
Length: 51:49
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