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Climate protection is not a partisan issue

Climate protection is not a partisan issue By David Suzuki. Media and politicians often regard environmentalists as a special interest group with political priorities served by...

Fracking is neither climate solution nor economic blessing

Fracking is neither climate solution nor economic blessing By David Suzuki. The rush to exploit and sell fossil fuels as quickly as possible before the reality...

Yes, we can resolve the climate crisis

Yes, we can resolve the climate crisis By David Suzuki. There’s no shortage of solutions to the climate crisis. Rapidly developing clean-energy technology, reducing energy consumption...

Can caribou and industry coexist?

Can caribou and industry coexist? By David Suzuki. The economy-versus-environment debate is wrong-headed in elevating a changeable human construct to the same level or above the...

Avoiding climate chaos means zeroing in on emissions

Avoiding climate chaos means zeroing in on emissions By David Suzuki. We’re caught in a bad cycle. Global greenhouse gas emissions are still rising, causing more...

Women’s rights offer best solution to world’s woes

Women’s rights offer best solution to world’s woes By David Suzuki. What’s the top solution for resolving the human-caused climate crisis? According to Paul Hawken, it’s...

Canada has many reasons to celebrate World Oceans Day

Canada has many reasons to celebrate World Oceans Day By David Suzuki. Buried under a late-May news barrage, Canada’s government made small but important changes to...

Climate change and biodiversity should be top headline news

Climate change and biodiversity should be top headline news By David Suzuki. When the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a special report in October warning...

True leaders work for us, not the fossil fuel industry

True leaders work for us, not the fossil fuel industry By David Suzuki Some politicians believe protecting a sunset industry’s interests is more important than looking...

We must reverse biodiversity loss to save ourselves

We must reverse biodiversity loss to save ourselves By David Suzuki We should appreciate nature for its own sake. After all, we’re part of it. We...