Why we’re almost out of time on climate change
With just over a decade left to take massive strides toward decarbonization, politicians representing any party must agree that the threat of climate chaos is real and must be met with the same type of response we give to war.
David Suzuki is a world-renowned scientist, broadcaster, author, activist and co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation.
Fish Trap: How poor labelling undermines efforts to make fisheries sustainable
Larger volume species often get lumped into broad commodity categories such as cod, snapper or sole, which actually represent hundreds of different species. Despite the species ranging widely in quality, flavour and environmental performance, they are sold at similar basement prices to the consumer.
Senior Research Scientist
Get off the dead horse and end two decades of struggle over unwanted Taseko mine
The B.C. government should reject Taseko’s proposed mine and cancel all associated exploration permits. Final rejection of this project would provide a clear message to industry about what responsible resource development means. I
Senior Science and Policy Advisor
Electric car demand is growing, but Ontario is falling behind
Canadians, including Ontarians, are getting charged up about electric cars. It’s time for the government and its regulators to listen to the people and give them what they want.
Directeur général, Ontario et Nord canadien