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Are governments giving up on global warming?

Are governments giving up on global warming? By David Suzuki The U.S. president may think global warming is a hoax perpetrated by China, but his administration...

Will the world act on climate change before it’s too late?

Will the world act on climate change before it’s too late? By David Suzuki When our children and grandchildren and those of us still here in...

Protecting the complex web of life should be the priority

Protecting the complex web of life should be the priority By David Suzuki News that Environment and Climate Change Canada is considering “priority threat management” to...

Get outside and save the world

Get outside and save the world By David Suzuki Renowned biologist Edward O. Wilson says to protect nature, people must regain their innate love for it....

A butterfly-friendly balm for turbulent times

A butterfly-friendly balm for turbulent times By David Suzuki In these turbulent political times, inspirational stories are more important than ever. Here’s one about how people...

We must heed storm warnings to build a brighter future

We must heed storm warnings to build a brighter future By David Suzuki In 2012, North Carolina’s Coastal Resources Commission warned that sea levels there could...

Will energy efficiency stall climate disruption?

Science Matters (Vol.20, No.32)  By David Suzuki In the race against the increasingly widespread and devastating consequences of climate change, solutions tend to focus on products...

Reconciling energy and Indigenous rights

Science Matters (Vol.20, No.31)  By David Suzuki In 2007, Canada was one of four countries to vote against the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous...

The Future isn’t in Plastics

Science Matters (Vol.20, No.30) July 24, 2018 By David Suzuki People in Canada discard about 57 million plastic drinking straws every day. In my hometown of...

We can’t hide from global warming’s consequences

Science Matters (Vol.20, No.29) July 17, 2018 By David Suzuki Over the past few months, heat records have broken worldwide. In early July, the temperature in...