pollution

Blog
Apr 21, 2015
Photo: Nick Harris/flickr

Microbeads are a sign of our plastic consumer madness

David Suzuki
Microbeads illustrate the excesses of marketing and consumerism, but they're only part of the problem. Most plastics break down into microparticles, often ending up in oceans and other waters.
Blog
Mar 24, 2015
Photo: Send me adrift./flickr

Who says a better world is impossible?

David Suzuki
We simply must do more to shift away from fossil fuels and, despite what the naysayers claim, we can. We can even get partway there under our current systems.
Podcast
Mar 15, 2015

Film: One River, Many Relations

Redeye
The Mikesew Cree and Athabasca Chipewan First Nations live along the Athabaska River, downstream from the Alberta tar sands, a project which affects almost every aspect of their daily lives.
Podcast
Jan 28, 2015

Amazon villagers pursue Chevron's assets in Canada

Redeye
When Chevron bought Texaco in 2001, it inherited its liability for the devastation of Amazon rain forest in the late 1960s. Now Chevron is fighting to avoid paying billions of dollars in damages.
Blog
Jan 13, 2015
Photo: Magnus von Koeller/flickr

Digging out of Canada's mining dilemma

David Suzuki
Canadian mining companies haven't always had a great record for environmental and social responsibility in communities where they operate, but public scrutiny and pressure may help to change that.

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