Ice cream, nail polish and… tree pulp?
As Ontarians have been consumed with the COVID pandemic, the provincial government has stealthily moved forward with an environmental-deregulation agenda, furthered in recent weeks by the release of what it has dubbed Ontario’s Sustainable Growth Forest Sector Strategy.
Ontario Science Campaigns Manager
Midtown residents are campaigning for bike lanes on Yonge Street
Midtown residents have come together with Cycle Toronto, the David Suzuki Foundation and other organizations to urge council to build a bike lane.
Climate Change and Transportation Policy Analyst
Salish Sea orcas and Chinook nearly absent this season
Sightings of the iconic southern resident orcas have been few and far between for the second year in a row. Just as last year, the whales seem to be mostly staying out of the Salish Sea. Is this the new normal?
Senior Science and Policy Analyst
B.C.’s low carbon fuel standard – surprisingly big climate winner
The B.C. government has dragged its feet on ramping up the target and may miss the carbon emission reductions projected in its climate plan. By committing to an ambitious target, B.C. can create a stable ‘market signal’ that will attract capital-intensive investments in new production capacity. B.C. can’t afford to miss out on one of the big—and most effective—tools to clean up its act.
Climate Solutions Policy Analyst
Environmental justice = social justice
At the David Suzuki Foundation, we seek to protect the people and places we love for the benefit of all life, now and into the future. We must recognize and address the institutionalized racial injustice that both worsens and is made worse by the climate crisis, and which creates a barrier to the peaceful, sustainable, equitable future we collectively seek.
Chief Executive Officer