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Blog
Jun 6, 2018

Don't water down marine protection

David Suzuki
Drawing lines on a map to meet targets doesn't increase biodiversity. We should create protected areas where science says they're needed most.
Blog
May 29, 2018

Metamorphosis offers hope to a futureless world

Doreen Nicoll
The documentary Metamorphosis shows the fallout from climate change and environmental devastation can include creativity, sustainable ingenuity, and a beautiful future.
Podcast
May 23, 2018
Tar sands exploratory mission

Climate change by the numbers

rabble radio
Keith Stewart, senior energy strategist with Greenpeace Canada, says the only way to meet our climate change targets is to leave oil in the ground.
Blog
May 15, 2018
University of Alberta. Image: IQ Remix/Flickr

Honorary degree sparks necessary debate

David Suzuki
If a university isn't the place to air a range of ideas about the geophysical, social, and economic consequences of profligate fossil fuel use, we should worry about the future of academic inquiry.
Blog
May 1, 2018
Image: Twm/Flickr

Cutting through polluted public discourse

David Suzuki
The debasement of public discourse through poorly moderated online commenting and unreliable media has spawned an army of people who don't concern themselves with facts or logical consistency.
Blog
Apr 23, 2018
Electoral reform rally in Guelph, 2017. Image: Ryan Hodnett/Flickr

Trudeau's broken promises

Brent Patterson
Justin Trudeau's government has broken its promises on democracy, the environment, trade, water, and health. The Council of Canadians is mobilizing for the 2019 federal election.
Blog
Apr 3, 2018
Image: Backbone Campaign/Flickr

Audit exposes Canadian climate failures

David Suzuki
Despite hopeful rhetoric leading to the 2015 Paris climate summit, neither the federal nor provincial governments are doing enough to indicate they even understand the severity of the climate crisis.
Blog
Mar 27, 2018
Chris Jordan’s (US) work “Gyre” depicts 2.4 million pieces of plastic, equal to the estimated number of pounds of plastic pollution that enter the world‘s oceans every hour. All of the plastic in his image was collected from the Pacific Ocean. Image: Ars Electronica/Flickr

We're drowning in seas of plastic

David Suzuki
New research concludes the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is 16 times larger than previously estimated, with 79,000 tonnes of plastic churning through 1.6 million square kilometres of the North Pacific.

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