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David Suzuki
yesterday at 18:34. Facebook
Did you ever wonder what it's like to be a bee? Check out The New York Times day-in-the-life journey of these charismatic critters.

You’re a Bee. This Is What It Feels Like.

David Suzuki
yesterday at 18:09. Facebook
Toronto Council will vote on using road tolls next week — and you can help ensure that they support this new revenue source to support public transit! Use the tips below to send a short letter-to-editor. Be sure to mention that road tolls bust traffic congestion and can generate hundreds of millions of dollars for transit improvements.

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Five tips for getting your letter to the editor published

David Suzuki
yesterday at 01:02. Facebook
We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to strengthen Canada’s environmental assessment process and build a better framework for how we make decisions that affect our communities and environment. With the recent approval of the Kinder Morgan and Enbridge pipelines, we need to act now: tell the federal government to repair Canada’s Environmental Assessment Act! [ Ow.ly Link ]
David Suzuki
12/08/2016 at 19:27. Facebook
Gordon Lightfoot has pledged to give $10,000 IF we can get 500 people to make a donation before midnight on Monday. Will you help? [ Ow.ly Link ]
David Suzuki
12/08/2016 at 13:49. Facebook
We believe Ontario's future is renewable. You can help by asking the province to flip the switch to 100% renewable energy.

Sign the Petition | The Future is Renewable Switch Ontario to 100% Renewable Energy

David Suzuki
12/08/2016 at 01:01. Facebook
Can Trudeau square new pipelines with the Paris Agreement? Spoiler alert: probably not.
Send your message to ask for *real* climate leadership: [ Goo.gl Link ] because climate leaders don't build pipelines.

Can Trudeau Possibly Square New Pipelines with the Paris Agreement?

David Suzuki
12/07/2016 at 22:03. Facebook
Marine debris – mostly plastics from sources like bags and straws – is hurting more fish, seabirds, marine mammals and reptiles than ever before, says a new UN report. This pollution is not only killing wildlife, but affecting human health and economies — it’s costing the world $13 billion. Become an Ocean Keeper and learn what you can do to help: [ Owl.li Link ]

UN News - New UN report finds marine debris harming more than 800 species, costing countries millions

David Suzuki
12/07/2016 at 19:03. Facebook
The B.C. NDP says that if elected, it will ban grizzly bear trophy hunting, but would allow killing grizzlies for food. We support such a ban, although we’re worried that trophy hunters could continue to kill grizzlies under the guise of food hunting. Let’s not kid ourselves. Trophy hunters shoot grizzly bears for the supposed “thrill” of killing a large and ferocious animal and to take home a...
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David Suzuki and Faisal Moola: Hunting animals for sport is ‘unethical and immoral’

David Suzuki
12/07/2016 at 14:57. Facebook
Like many of us, this year has been a rough one for monarch butterflies. This week, scientists recommended these charismatic critters be formally listed as "endangered" in Canada. More: [ Davidsuzuki.org Link ]
David Suzuki
12/07/2016 at 01:00. Facebook
Last month 150 people came together to share their support for the Sustainable Diversity Network. It was a powerful and rewarding experience – so much love and so much to learn!

When it comes to engaging diverse audiences, the messenger matters

David Suzuki
12/06/2016 at 14:03. Facebook
Discover the underwater world of Canada’s Pacific coast. Become an Ocean Keeper today: [ Owl.li Link ]

Bioluminescence is great for camouflage. Scientists have discovered several species of fish, squid and sharks that have adapted bioluminescent bellies. Deep-sea predators often hunt from below, which allows them to see the silhouettes of prey through the lighter water above. Bioluminescent...
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David Suzuki
12/05/2016 at 22:01. Facebook
New poll demonstrates that Canadians want to see climate action that supports the transition to clean energy.

Canadians support government action to spur clean energy: poll

David Suzuki
12/05/2016 at 19:02. Facebook
The strongest economies of the world over the next century will be those that find cleaner ways to generate, store and use energy.
Learn more at: [ Cleangrowthcentury.org Link ]

Canada’s clean growth century

David Suzuki
12/05/2016 at 02:03. Facebook
Opening today until December 17, people from around the world will gather in Cancun, Mexico, to help make sure everyone has a healthy planet to live on into the future. Biologists, diplomats and world leaders will join the 13th Conference of the Parties (COP 13) for the Convention on Biodiversity.

Tell Prime Minister Trudeau you want your country to be a leader in protecting biodiversity —...
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David Suzuki
12/04/2016 at 14:00. Facebook
The federal government is reviewing Canada’s broken environmental assessment process. Please act now: tell the review panel to fix the way we decide on major industrial projects -- like pipelines and tar sands operations -- and introduce improvements that will ensure a healthy environment for our children and grandchildren. [ Ow.ly Link ]
David Suzuki
12/03/2016 at 14:58. Facebook
"Enough of hurting the planet. People ask why I chose to be an activist. It's not a choice." ~ Tanya Tagaq

The David Suzuki Foundation is proud to announce the launch of "Sulfur," the newest video from Inuit throat singer, environmental activist and Polaris Prize winner Tanya Tagaq.

"Sulfur" is a powerful rallying cry to defend a hurting planet. With the recent approval of the Kinder Morgan...
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Tanya Tagaq - Sulfur

Video for the song "Sulfur" from the album Retribution, released October 21, 2016 by Six Shooter Records. Retribution was produced by Jesse Zubot. "Sulfur" w...

Rick Mercer's rant on the importance of protecting our water.
Reconciliation in action would mean restoring the rights of the Nuu-chah-nulth and other Indigenous peoples to fish for a living. Read this week's Science Matters: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Reconciliation requires recognizing rights-based fishing

The second humpback death in fish farm equipment in two weeks on B.C.’s coast raises questions. Humpbacks are particularly at risk from open net pen fish farm equipment because they lack bio-sonar and feed on herring and krill found near farms. Solution? Ask the government to better protect our oceans and the creatures in them: [ Owl.li Link ]

2nd humpback death in 2 weeks worries experts, farmed salmon industry

Seas are connected, so are oil spills

Protecting the Great Bear Sea from oil spills was given by PM Trudeau as a reason to reject the Northern Gateway pipeline project. But the Salish Sea is vulnerable too and Kinder Morgan pipeline was approved. 125 marine species are at risk – including 80 endangered southern resident killer whales – in the Georgia Strait alone. And scenarios show that oil...
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