Connect with us in person!
We love connecting with people to talk about issues you care about, and we’re passionate about bringing people together to take action. We host many events on environmental topics throughout the year. You’ll also find our booth at community events across Canada. Check out the list below to see where to find us. We’d love to see you there!
If you would like the David Suzuki Foundation to attend your event, you can fill out our event request form to tell us about it.
When it comes to dealing with climate change, communities are on the front lines.
Nature-based climate solutions are often more cost-effective than purely technical approaches, and they provide additional benefits for the environment, residents and local economies.
Please join us to learn how strong management of municipal natural assets can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions, conserve or improve carbon sinks and maximize ecosystem services that will help protect residents from increasing climate risks such as flooding, heat waves, droughts and soil erosion.
The Nature-Based Climate Solutions Spotlight is part of a webinar series presented by the David Suzuki Foundation and the Climate Caucus. In it, we explore how city-builders — councillors, mayors, city staff, experts and keen citizens — can take effective action to lower greenhouse gas emissions and create resilient, vibrant and equitable communities. Join us as we bring together municipal climate leaders to share their experiences, lessons learned and thoughts on best practices.
The Climate Caucus is a network of Canadian mayors and councillors united to fight climate change. By working together, we are more powerful. We share ideas and resources for inspiring change in our communities, and we combine our voices in calling for stronger action from the provinces and federal government.
If you are unable to attend please register to receive a recording of the webinar to view at your convenience.
You are invited to join the Suzuki Elders in the KAIROS Blanket Exercise, a unique, participatory history lesson – developed in collaboration with Indigenous Elders, knowledge keepers and educators – that fosters truth, understanding, respect and reconciliation among Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.
The Blanket Exercise is based on participatory popular education methodology and the goal is to build understanding about our shared history as Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Canada by walking through pre-contact, treaty-making, colonization and resistance. Participant are actively involved as they step onto blankets that represent the land, and into the role of First Nations, Inuit and later Metis peoples. By engaging on an emotional and intellectual level, the Blanket Exercise effectively educates and increases empathy.