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David Suzuki | In response to the need for action to protect and restore caribou habitat to reverse the creatures' decline, the Forest Products Association of Canada has done its part to stall the necessary changes.
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  David Suzuki tests the green waters of the Hart River.
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.
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David Suzuki | Inuit hunters have observed altered migration patterns of some species, and reported horrific damage to the internal organs of seals and other animals exposed to underwater seismic blasts.
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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.
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David Suzuki | No one knows what the future holds for monarch butterflies. But there's reason to be encouraged.
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Redeye Collective | Teal Jones holds the tree farm licence for thousands of acres of Vancouver Island. Yet they just decided to log one of the last remaining pockets of ancient forest.
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David Suzuki | Most British Columbians -- and Canadians -- are against the grizzly trophy hunt. It's time for the government to listen to the majority rather than industry donors and ban this barbaric practice.
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David Suzuki | We're getting better at managing what we catch, to keep it within the ocean's capacity to replenish. But while we may be advancing in this battle, we're losing with climate change and pollution.
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David Suzuki | The David Suzuki Foundation and other environmental groups just won a court victory for species at risk, but endangered plants and animals aren't out of the woods yet.
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David Suzuki | Environmental Assessments focus on individual projects without taking into account how they affect surrounding ecosystems and without considering cumulative impacts.
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David Suzuki | Endangered species laws work. So, why is Ontario trying to weaken its act, which is considered the "gold standard" for species and habitat protection in Canada and beyond?
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Redeye Collective | A Freedom of Information request filed by the Wilderness Committee has found more than 700 violations of the regulations that protect fish habitat.