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Stegyawden (also known as Hagwilget Peak and the Roche de Boule mountain range) looking across the Bulkley River near its confluence with the Skeena River, Hazelton British Columbia, Canada.
David Suzuki | If we had the humility to learn from nature, using an approach called "biomimicry," we would find far more and better solutions.
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David Suzuki | Now that climate change has become undeniable, with consequences getting worse daily, many experts are eyeing solutions. We must conserve energy and find ways to quickly shift to cleaner sources.
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David Suzuki | Why do some people believe in phenomena rejected by science, like chemtrails, but deny real problems demonstrated by massive amounts of scientific evidence, like climate change?
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David Suzuki | As the IPCC releases its fifth global assessment reports on climate change starting in September, we’ll hear more about geoengineering. But is it the best approach to global warming?
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Jeff Conant | No corporate or government manipulation of the world's thermometer -- a de facto moratorium on geoengineering experiments was agreed to at the recent UN Convention on Biological Diversity.
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Diana Bronson | A behind the scenes look at COP15 and how the big guns are pushing a technology solution to climate change.
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Diana Bronson | The belief that technology will save the world from climate change runs deep amongst government delegates in Barcelona.
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Lorraine Chisholm | This is just one of the ideas being floated by geoengineers as a possible solution to the problem of catastrophic climate change. Diana Bronson has been tracking this issue for several years.