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David Suzuki | If government implements the recommendations, it would be the first time the right to a healthy environment has been recognized in Canadian federal law.
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David Suzuki | We're starting a conversation about Canada's future and the importance of caring for each other and all that keeps us alive and healthy: clean air, fresh water, nutritious food and diverse ecosystems.
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David Suzuki | Shoal Lake 40 First Nation sits on Winnipeg's main drinking water supply, but the community has been on a boil-water advisory for decades. This is a national shame and must be resolved immediately.
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David Suzuki | Evidence shows strong environmental protection can benefit the economy by spurring innovation and competitiveness and reducing health-care costs.
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David Suzuki | History shows that informed individuals who come together to build a groundswell of opinion and pressure are a powerful force for positive change. That's what the Blue Dot Tour is all about.
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David Suzuki | We need a resurgence in action to care for our small blue planet, our home. The Blue Dot Tour is aimed at ensuring all Canadians have access to clean water, fresh air and healthy food.
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David Suzuki | Do you want a country that values tolerance, education, public health, nature, social programs and enlightened laws, or one geared to wholesale exploitation and sale of our natural resources?
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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.
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David Suzuki | Most countries have now enshrined the right to a healthy environment in their constitutions. But not Canada. It's time to change that.
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David Suzuki | Our leaders could make the coming year much brighter by paying attention to important concepts like gross national happiness and the Right to a Healthy Environment.