David Suzuki

There is an ongoing court battle over the Peel region in the Yukon.

David Suzuki: Intact wilderness hedge against ignorance

In 2011, I travelled with my family down Yukon's Hart River.

There is an ongoing court battle over the Peel region in the Yukon.
There is more future in solar and other renewable energies than in fossil fuels.

Greatness in moving forward, not backward

The battle lines are drawn — in some cases literally.

There is more future in solar and other renewable energies than in fossil fuels.

David Suzuki: Marvellous monarchs move McKenna

Federal Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna had her mind blown recently.

There’s a long way to go to make water pledge a reality.

David Suzuki: Drinking water needs more Ottawa help

Neskantaga First Nation in Ontario has had to boil water since 1995.

There’s a long way to go to make water pledge a reality.
Climate change science isn’t easily boiled down to a headline.

David Suzuki: Understanding climate beyond headlines

Van der Wiel points out that mild weather isn’t necessarily good, as it can also create negative conditions.

Climate change science isn’t easily boiled down to a headline.
An explosion of automation has vastly changed work

David Suzuki: We need to work less to live better lives

Since the 1950s, almost everything about work in the developed world has changed dramatically.

An explosion of automation has vastly changed work
Salmon make journeys of great length during their lifespans. To whom to they really ‘belong’? Our lines on a map only create divisions that make preservation of nature more difficult.

David Suzuki: Anthropocentric view ignores connections

For decades, scientists have warned that we’re on a dangerous path.

Salmon make journeys of great length during their lifespans. To whom to they really ‘belong’? Our lines on a map only create divisions that make preservation of nature more difficult.
The forest canopy demonstrates the use of sunlight for energy.

David Suzuki: We can learn so much from natural world

If you fly over a forest and look down, you’ll see every green tree and plant reaching to absorb the ultimate energy source: sunlight.

The forest canopy demonstrates the use of sunlight for energy.
David Suzuki: Tread lightly to lift the weight of the world

David Suzuki: Tread lightly to lift the weight of the world

How much stuff will you give and receive this holiday season?

David Suzuki: Tread lightly to lift the weight of the world
Boreal caribou.

David Suzuki: Indigenous people hold key to caribou

When government biologists in Canada want to learn where caribou are, they put radio-tracking collars on some animals

Boreal caribou.
David Suzuki: Reconciliation requires rights-based fishing

David Suzuki: Reconciliation requires rights-based fishing

Fishing is as emblematic to Canada as ice hockey. It’s also a way of life with a long tradition in coastal Indigenous communities.

David Suzuki: Reconciliation requires rights-based fishing
There’s still lots we can do to combat climate change

David Suzuki: Hard work and love trump fear and hate

But global warming isn’t going to pause for four years. It’s going to accelerate. Do we give up?

There’s still lots we can do to combat climate change

David Suzuki: Extinction crisis signals it’s time to change

Clean air, water and soil to grow food are necessities of life. So are diverse plant and animal populations.

David Suzuki: Oil spills: ‘world class’ may not mean much

In July, a pipeline leak near Maidstone, Saskatchewan, spilled about 250,000 litres of diluted bitumen into the North Saskatchewan River

Debates between presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have not featured climate change.

David Suzuki: Heated debates ignore overheating planet

Considering the magnitude of the threat, you’d think global warming would merit an entire debate between the two contenders for president

Debates between presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have not featured climate change.
David Suzuki: Food security is vital for humans and animals

David Suzuki: Food security is vital for humans and animals

About four million Canadians — including more than a million children — lack food security

David Suzuki: Food security is vital for humans and animals

David Suzuki: We can’t dig our way out of fossil fuels pit

I’ve often thought politicians inhabit a parallel universe.

Most plants do not benefit from increased CO2 levels.

David Suzuki: Carbon dioxide: pollutant or plant food?

Life evolved to live within limits. It’s a delicate balance. Humans need oxygen, but too much can kill us.

Most plants do not benefit from increased CO2 levels.
Salmon face many challenges

David Suzuki: Wild Pacific salmon face upstream battle

Salmon have been swimming in Pacific Northwest waters for at least seven million years

Salmon face many challenges

David Suzuki: In diversity there is strength and resilience

Within ecosystems, species diversity provides greater flexibility to adjust to disturbances.