conservation

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Sep 29, 2020
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Blame game hurts wildlife

David Suzuki
The role of any animal within its ecological niche is far more complicated than the single predator-prey interaction that culling purportedly tries to control.
Blog
Apr 7, 2020
Image: Duncan McCaskill/Flickr

Review shows ocean life could rebound in 30 years

David Suzuki
Countries around the world committed to safeguarding 10 per cent of their ocean territories by this year, through marine protected areas and other means. Some have done better than others.
Blog
Jan 15, 2020
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Conservation and climate action go together

David Suzuki
As landscapes and our approaches to conserving them shift, so too must our social systems. Climate justice and social justice are intricately linked.
Blog
Nov 6, 2019
Solar power lighting on road by Hatta Dam, United Arab Emirates. Image: JSPhotography2016/Wikimedia Commons

Doing more with less energy goes a long way

David Suzuki
The International Energy Agency says energy efficiency alone could provide more than 40 per cent of the emissions reductions needed by 2040 to meet Paris Agreement targets.
Blog
Aug 21, 2019
Image: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/Flickr

Captive breeding only works when animals can go home

David Suzuki
Under current conservation practices, we breed endangered species in captivity, then release the captive-bred animals into the degraded habitats that failed to support the species in the first place.
Blog
Jan 30, 2018
Orca whale. Image: Gail Hampshire/Wikimedia Commons

Emergency order aims to protect resident orcas

David Suzuki
West Coast conservation groups, including the David Suzuki Foundation, are calling for an emergency order to protect Canada’s most endangered marine mammal: southern resident orcas, or killer whales.

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