The COVID-19 pandemic may be an opportunity to transform the way we live
Difficult as it is now, this pandemic will subside and we will learn some profound lessons from the experience. It may provide a chance to reset priorities and direction for ourselves and society.
David Suzuki is a world-renowned scientist, broadcaster, author, activist and co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation.
What black-crowned night herons can teach us about adaptation
If some wildlife, like the black-crowned heron, can adapt in response to a changing world, why do we seem so slow to pivot and drastically reduce our climate-disrupting emissions, when solutions are at hand?
Ontario Science Campaigns Manager
The age of climate consequences
After 25 years of missed goals and broken climate promises, we now face an almost insurmountable challenge. To avoid a runaway climate crisis, we must cut global emissions in half within 10 years.
Director General, Quebec and Atlantic Canada
Canada’s high-stakes herring fishery gamble
Fisheries and Oceans Canada is gambling with a public resource when it comes to herring fishery management. Herring populations are so important yet so variable that managing them in a conventional way is too risky.
Senior Research Scientist