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David Suzuki | Some people, including our prime minister, argue that proven methods to tackle climate change are too costly. But evidence from all parts of the political spectrum shows the opposite.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Vanessa Gray of Aamjiwnaang First Nation talks about the struggles against Chemical Valley, the Line 9 pipeline, and toxic colonialism more broadly.
Podcast
Habitat: Conversations about how we live
Erica Butler | Will a downtown Dartmouth river buried for 40 years see the light of day? And a trip to McNab's Island for the annual cleanup.
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David Suzuki | We must find better ways to run our societies than relying on rampant consumption, planned obsolescence, excessive and often-pointless work and an economic system that depends on damaging ways.
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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 | When it's not causing drought, climate change can be good for plants, increasing growing seasons and pollen production. That's not good news for people with allergies.
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David Suzuki | When you factor in pollution-related illness and mortality, cars are a leading cause of death and injury. They're also a major contributor to climate change. Is it time to apply the brakes?
Podcast
Redeye Collective | A recent UN report says the energy sector has great political clout but water lacks any influence. It's this lack of influence that Maude Barlow has been fighting to address for more than a decade.
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David Suzuki | Pete Seeger was a strong defender of the environment as well as human rights. In both social justice and environmental causes, he believed in the strength of grassroots efforts.
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Mark Calzavara | Communities are exercising their right to refuse industrial development and protecting the water for future generations.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Christy Clark won the last election in part on the promise of a natural gas industry that would create jobs and eliminate the provincial debt. It turns out to be more fantasy than hard economics.
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David Suzuki | Canadians are proud of our natural environment, but unlike 110 countries around the world, we do not include the right to a healthy environment in our Constitution. It's time to change that.