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David Suzuki warned Canada about mistreating nature, but says, 'we've failed'

After cautioning about environmental damage on TV for decades, David Suzuki, 87, one of Canada’s most famous scientists, felt a sense of defeat as he watched forests burn and temperatures soar this summer.
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‘Despair is a luxury we can’t afford’: David Suzuki on fighting for action on the climate crisis

The celebrated science broadcaster and environmental activist says we have to stop elevating the economy and politics over the state of our world.

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Alberta premier says environmentalist David Suzuki incited violence with pipeline comment

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is standing by his accusation that environmentalist David Suzuki was inciting violence with comments made at a climate change protest on Saturday.
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'Pipelines will be blown up,' says David Suzuki, if leaders don't act on climate change

Long-time environmental activist David Suzuki made an extreme statement over the weekend about what could happen if politicians and global leaders don't act to reverse climate change.

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David Suzuki: Climate report shows world pushed to the brink by fossil fuels

After more than 30 years of mounting evidence and certainty, why the hell aren't we doing more?

David Suzuki on climate change: ‘We have to address it as if it’s war’

David Suzuki on climate change: ‘We have to address it as if it’s war’

Two leading Canadian activists say voters need to think about climate change as if we are country a at war against greenhouse-gas emissions.

David Suzuki: Debate around honorary degree is “necessary”

David Suzuki: Debate around honorary degree is “necessary”

Nothing grows forever. Why do we think human populations, resource extraction, economies, industrial activity and cities can keep growing?