David Suzuki
yesterday at 21:30. Facebook
Meet the BC team behind a revolutionary new trial that offers personalized diagnosis — and new hope to people with incurable cancer.

Watch The Nature of Things, Thursday at 8:00 on CBC.

Cracking Cancer

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David Suzuki
yesterday at 20:19. Facebook
Warning: this video might give you butterflies! Live from the El Chapulin sanctuary in Mexico - see thousands of butterflies!
Attention, cette vidéo va vous donner des papillons dans le ventre En direct du sanctuaire El Chapulin au Mexique, découvrez des milliers de papillons monarques en liberté!
David Suzuki
yesterday at 15:46. Facebook
The importance of the connection between climate change and ocean health is undeniable. Push the government for a rapid transition to renewable energy to help protect the oceans that act as a critical life support system for us. [ Goo.gl Link ]

Scientists have just detected a major change to the Earth’s oceans linked to a warming climate

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David Suzuki
yesterday at 01:00. Facebook
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David Suzuki
02/22/2017 at 17:34. Facebook
Do you agree that the federal government should create training programs for oil and gas workers that will help them put their skills to work in the renewable energy sector? If so, send your message now: [ Goo.gl Link ]

A new economy and a fair transition for workers

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David Suzuki
02/22/2017 at 02:33. Facebook
Even the world's top crude oil producer knows that it's high time to invest in renewables. Tell the government that the global rush for renewables is on and we want Canada to be a part of it: [ Goo.gl Link ]

Saudis Kick Off $50 Billion Renewable Energy Plan to Cut Oil Use

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David Suzuki
02/22/2017 at 00:21. Facebook
We can show the federal government that the issue of unsafe drinking water in First Nations isn’t just an Indigenous issue — it’s everyone’s issue:

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David Suzuki
02/21/2017 at 21:03. Facebook
Big changes don’t happen overnight. Dozens of people worked for almost two decades to secure protection of BC’s Hecate Strait glass sponge reefs. Here’s A BIG THANK YOU to Sabine Jessen, Minister Dominic LeBlanc, Manfred Krautter, Sally Leys, Alex Barron, Jenn Burt, Kim Wright, Scott Wallace, Bill Wareham, Hilary Ibey, and all other who were involved, for your dedication to safeguard these...
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David Suzuki
02/21/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
“If we are to have wild caribou in the future, habitat protection and restoration need to be kicked to the top of the action list,” said Rachel Plotkin of the David Suzuki Foundation in today's The Globe and Mail.

Conservation groups urge increased protection for boreal caribou habitat

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David Suzuki
02/20/2017 at 23:15. Facebook
Listen to Ian Bruce, the director of science and policy at the David Suzuki Foundation, share views on the drawbacks to a $500 billion geoengineering project on CBC Radio: The Current.

Can a $500 billion geoengineering project save the Arctic from melting?

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David Suzuki
02/20/2017 at 19:31. Facebook
Grab some great tips on how to save energy in the kitchen with David Suzuki's Queen of Green

How to save energy in the kitchen

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David Suzuki
02/19/2017 at 20:56. Facebook
Take a journey deep inside the intriguing world of non-verbal communication.

Watch online on CBC: [ Cbc.ca Link ]

Body Language Decoded

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David Suzuki
02/17/2017 at 22:13. Facebook
This we know. Share if you agree and let's stand together to ensure that the federal government lives up to its promise to end the drinking water crisis in First Nations within five years:

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David Suzuki
02/17/2017 at 21:30. Facebook
Clean drinking water on reserves is not just an Indigenous issue. It's a human right and it should concern all of us.

Government must do more to address First Nations' water woes

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David Suzuki
02/17/2017 at 15:01. Facebook
Eating seafood in the dark? You’re not alone. It’s time the government sheds some light on the seafood we buy and eat in Canada.

Canada's labelling laws don't give us enough information about a seafood's sustainability, health implications, whether it's wild or farmed, or even where it comes from!

You can show your support for better labelling laws in Canada by signing the SeaChoice...
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Demand better seafood labelling | David Suzuki Foundation

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David Suzuki
02/17/2017 at 02:33. Facebook
Our body movements can speak louder than words. And the information we unknowingly share will surprise you.

Watch The Nature of Things tonight at 8:00 on CBC

Body Language Decoded

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The name “glass sponge” conjures an image of something small and delicate. But the glass sponge reefs in Hecate Strait—just protected by the federal government today--cover more than 1,000 square kilometres of seabed and can reach 21 metres high. That’s slightly taller than the Great Sphinx of Giza. With an estimated age of 9,000 years, the reefs are older than the Sphinx, too!

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By Gideon Forman, one of the David Suzuki Foundation's urban animals: "The Spit is a negotiation between human and nature in which the latter wins concessions. It preserves and celebrates the ad hoc."

Scenes from Toronto's Leslie Spit

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Today the federal government ratified a plan for North Pacific coastal waters. It’s been 10 years in the making, and the David Suzuki Foundation has been there every step of the way.
Celebrate this win for oceans with us today. Good marine planning may not get headlines, but it’s a great way to safeguard coastal ecosystems. [ Owl.li Link ]

Keeping oceans wild means leaving Wild West approach behind

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Earlier this week, the government committed to clean up mercury dumped near Grassy Narrows First Nation over 40 years ago. Let the government know you support this decision and are ready to see them back their promise: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Ontario ‘completely committed’ to mercury cleanup at Grassy Narrows | Toronto Star

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