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Mar 15, 2017
  David Suzuki tests the green waters of the Hart River.

Intact wilderness is a hedge against our ignorance

David Suzuki
On March 22, the Supreme Court of Canada will hear the Peel watershed case. A positive ruling could not only protect the Peel, but also the rights of First Nations in future land-use planning.
Blog
Sep 14, 2016

Airline emissions are flying too high

David Suzuki
If ICAO's 191 member nations fail to reach a strong aviation agreement in Montreal, it could undermine the world's ability to meet the Paris Agreement's climate goals.
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.
Blog
Jun 8, 2016
Image: Flickr/Wikimedia Commons

Oceans of reasons to protect what we love

David Suzuki
Our country's commitment to protect 10 per cent of its marine environment by 2020 is a good start, but if we followed countries like Australia and the U.S, we'd aim higher.
Blog
Apr 26, 2016
Photo: Wellness GM/flickr

A healthy biosphere means healthier humans

David Suzuki
Fitness increases your chances of staying well, but it's not a guarantee. We still have much to learn about the ways in which genetics and environmental conditions affect health.
News
Apr 22, 2016
Photo: flickr/Angela Rutherford

Seven ways you can reduce ocean pollution right now

Andrew Dilevics
As population and industries (not to mention corporate greed) continue to increase, the world's oceans are at risk. Here's what you can do today to help decrease ocean pollution.
Blog
Jan 19, 2016

Environmental rights are human rights

David Suzuki
Environmental rights are also about social justice. Many environmental problems are tied to societal inequities as people at the lower end of the socioeconomic scale are disproportionately affected.
Podcast
Nov 12, 2015

Trudeau urged to reject Lake Huron nuclear waste dump

Redeye
Ontario Power Generation wants to bury low-level nuclear waste at a site just a few hundred metres from Lake Huron, the drinking water supply for 40 million people on both sides of the border.

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