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David Suzuki: It's time to take global warming seriously
In 1988, hundreds of scientists and policy-makers met in Toronto for a major international conference on climate change. They were sufficiently alarmed by the accumulated evidence...
David Suzuki: How caring for the environment can help achieve gross national happiness
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if world leaders resolved to look at life in a different light this New Year? They could follow the example of Bhutan. In 1971, the small country, nestled...
David Suzuki: The downside of global trade
Global trade has advantages. For starters, it allows those of us who live through winter to eat fresh produce year-round. And it provides economic benefits to farmers who grow...
David Suzuki: Mega-quarry victory shows people have the power
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.” These words, attributed to anthropologist Margaret Mead, capture the power that we, as...
David Suzuki: U.S. president Barack Obama must show some climate leadership
The race to become leader of the world’s most powerful democracy often seemed disconnected from reality. During debates, the two main candidates stooped to insults, half-truths,...
David Suzuki: Life flourishes even in the cracks
Have you ever thought about the grass that grows in sidewalk cracks? These hardy plants are generally written off as undesirable. They’re routinely trampled, savaged by extreme...
David Suzuki: What can we learn about climate change from Hurricane Sandy?
The storm that wreaked havoc on Caribbean nations and the U.S. East Coast in late October offers a glimpse into our future. Along with recent heavy rainfall, flooding, heat waves...
David Suzuki: What we can learn by studying nature
I’ve always been more interested in organisms that can move on their own than in stationary plants. But when I canoe or hike along the edge of lakes or oceans and see trees that...
David Suzuki: China deal and budget sacrifice democracy to short-term goals
Why, when so many people oppose the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project, would government and industry resort to such extreme measures to push it through? The problems...
David Suzuki: Taters versus craters: mega-quarry pits farmland against industry
A billion tonnes of limestone lie beneath the rural countryside in Melancthon Township, 100 kilometres north of Toronto. A plan to remove it spotlights the challenges faced...
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