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David Suzuki | COVID-19 will long be remembered for upending lives worldwide, but one surprising legacy may be something more revelatory and, hopefully, lasting: a much-needed reconnection to nearby nature.
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David Suzuki | Destroying nature is more profitable than protecting it, and tools such as gross domestic product are not fit for assessing real economic health. GDP is "based on a faulty application of economics."
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David Suzuki | Getting outside, especially with the children in your life, is one of the best things you can do for yourself, your family and friends, and the planet.
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Rick Salutin | Our amicable divorce from nature has led us to lose touch with its danger and power to disrupt by re-entering our space.
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Burn This Puppy Down!
Daryn Caister | Between Trump, Bernie Sanders, the Brexit vote, the various "springs" around the world etc., one thing is certain: people are pissed and are lashing out.
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David Suzuki | We're just beginning to recognize virtual reality's potential. But as with all new technology, there will be unintended repercussions, the greatest of which will be further estrangement from nature.
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David Suzuki | Spending time in nature regularly is not a panacea for mental health but it’s an essential component of health and psychological resilience.
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Redeye Collective | In January, the Vancouver parks department cleared a large area of blackberry in Strathcona Community Garden. The plan is to restore the site to a natural habitat for indigenous wildlife.
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David Suzuki | It all adds to our growing understanding of how interconnected everything on our planet is, and how our actions can have unintended negative consequences that cascade through ecosystems.
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David Suzuki | By helping young people get outdoors, care about others and make a difference, we won't just be raising healthier and happier children, we'll be raising a generation of superheroes for our planet.
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David Suzuki | Science is giving us a better understanding of the many ways preserving, caring for and restoring natural spaces can improve the lives of humans and other beings.
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David Suzuki | We must harness and amplify homegrown local creativity to enhance urban ecologies and make communities more livable and resilient. Smart urban innovations should be scaled up, shared and adapted.