David Suzuki

DAVID SUZUKI: Opportunities abound to practise citizen science

From counting birds to monitoring sea water, numerous ways average citizens can help research nature

DAVID SUZUKI: We must all clean up our act

There’s no denying that when faced with crises, we have choices. The opportunity depends on what we decide to do.

DAVID SUZUKI: Know your environmental rights

The right to live in places with clean air, fresh water, should be entrenched in law

‘Clean-Tech’ fastest growing sector in Canada

Extraction of natural resources no longer leading economy

Slowing down pace a healthy choice

Adapting to environmental change takes time

DAVID SUZUKI: Site C dam wrong on many counts

The effects of building this project extend far beyond the loss of farmland

DAVID SUZUKI: Learning in nature’s classroom

Getting students outside inspires them to learn more than being inside

SUZUKI: Uruguay president offers shining example

South America's Nelson Mandela maintains a simple life

COLUMN: Feds must heed damning report

Federal government auditor made some serious implications

SUZUKI: After 25 years, it’s time to stop spinning our wheels

World leaders began talking about climate change decades ago

SUZUKI: Let’s all resolve to make it a real happy new year

Happiness quotient an important measure of a society's success

SUZUKI: Get your kids away from the screen and into the green

Getting outside makes a big difference overall to children's health

DAVID SUZUKI: Being healthy actually comes naturally to us all

Human body has ability to heal itself, if taken care of

Fewer folks ignoring Earth-warming evidence

We must convince our political and business leaders that it’s time to put people before profits

B.C.’s premier missed the mark on pipeline

Country needs a national energy strategy that shifts away from reliability on fossil fiels

SUZUKI: Research shutdown part of government’s enviro-gutting

Water is an important part of the environmental cycle

SUZUKI: Going to bat for our furry flying friends

Bats continue to play a key role in balancing our ecosystems

SUZUKI: The fundamental failure of environmentalism

It's been 50 years since the movement began with the publishing of a book on the consequences of DDT use

Environmental rules should be better, not easier

Few people would argue against making environmental review processes and regulations more efficient — as long as they’re effective.

Bicycling helps make cities cool

Cities cover just two per cent of the world’s land area, yet they account for about 70 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions.