Scientist, environmentalist and broadcaster David Suzuki is well-revered throughout Canada and in other parts of the world. But nowhere is he more valued than Vancouver, the city of his birth. That city honoured him on Friday with its highest award.
Canadian environmentalist David Suzuki made an appearance on Burnaby Mountain today, joining some 400 others who were protesting the exploratory work going on there. Suzuki called the project Kinder Morgan is working on "crazy," "nuts" and "nutty."
British Columbian poet Shane Koyczan has released a new poem-video on YouTube, written for The David Suzuki Foundation as part of the environmentalist's Blue Dot Tour, where Koyczan shared the stage with The Barenaked Ladies, Stephen Lewis and more.
Poor Santa Claus, his home is getting too hot to handle, says The David Suzuki Foundation. In the foundation's latest campaign Suzuki says that Santa must relocate to a better spot in order to fill his sleigh with toys for good little girls and boys.
A press release issued Thursday by the David Suzuki Foundation does not spare anyone's feelings in its lead up towards a March release of its study on trophy hunting and grizzly bear mortality in British Columbia.
Ralph Nader, noted American environmentalist and consumer advocate, has joined the fight to protect the Alliston Aquifer from a landfill called Site 41. The landfill will sit on top of the large aquifer, an important part of Ontario's groundwater system.
Are you up for a challenge? To help save the planet we call Earth? David Suzuki is asking for Canadians to join up and help. Every ONE person makes a difference. By improving nature we improve our own lives. It's a WIN, WIN.