If we turn our backs on endangered species whose territory includes more than one province or country, Canada’s biodiversity will suffer
Decisions about whether to be a good or a not-so-good neighbour are playing out in our governments’ oversight of species at risk.
Ontario Science Campaigns Manager
The mighty Fraser River and its once abundant salmon are on the edge
Fraser River Chinook salmon are declining rapidly. To safeguard them, the federal government must work with Indigenous communities and stakeholders to create and implement emergency recovery plans. The well-being of our communities, as well as many species in the food chain, depend on it.
Environmental rights are human rights, especially in a changing climate
Enacting an environmental bill of rights would be a logical extension of our shared values and would provide additional tools in our efforts to combat the climate crisis and ensure equality when it comes to environmental health.
National Campaign Manager, Environmental Rights
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.