David Suzuki

David Suzuki at Grizzly Plaza in Revelstoke on May 27. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)

Low-carbon adventure: David Suzuki journeys across Canada in electric vehicle

Suzuki, his wife Tara Cullis, and a film crew made a pit-stop in Revelstoke on May 27

 

David Suzuki and his wife Tara Cullis go through a rehearsal for their play What You Wouldn’t Do For Love with Ravi Jain and Miriam Fernandes in Vancouver B.C, Thursday, January, 30, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

David Suzuki and wife Tara Cullis take stage in theatrical debut

‘What You Won’t Do For Love’ to open at Push International Performing Arts Festival in New Westminster

 

COLUMN: Politicians who deny reality aren’t fit to lead

COLUMN: Politicians who deny reality aren’t fit to lead

Written withcontributions from David Suzuki Foundation Senior Editor Ian Hanington.

  • Dec 8, 2018

 

DAVID SUZUKI: Marine protection can’t be watered down

DAVID SUZUKI: Marine protection can’t be watered down

Environmental columnist warns against the dangers of neglecting protection of our oceans

  • Jun 7, 2018
DAVID SUZUKI: Marine protection can’t be watered down
SUZUKI: Renewable communities produce energy, jobs and hope

SUZUKI: Renewable communities produce energy, jobs and hope

Examples in B.C. of people choosing to pursue alternative energy sources

  • Mar 8, 2018
SUZUKI: Renewable communities produce energy, jobs and hope
DAVID SUZUKI: Save the planet; eat an insect

DAVID SUZUKI: Save the planet; eat an insect

Reducing our meat consumption could drastically reduce greenhouse gases

DAVID SUZUKI: Save the planet; eat an insect
DAVID SUZUKI: Large dams fail on consideration of climate change, Indigenous rights

DAVID SUZUKI: Large dams fail on consideration of climate change, Indigenous rights

Canada not on track to meet its mid-century greenhouse gas emission reduction targets

  • Jan 19, 2018
DAVID SUZUKI: Large dams fail on consideration of climate change, Indigenous rights
DAVID SUZUKI: Consumer society no longer serves us

DAVID SUZUKI: Consumer society no longer serves us

Disposables, planned obsolescence seem strange concepts today

  • Jan 11, 2018
DAVID SUZUKI: Consumer society no longer serves us
LETTER: Columnist Suzuki hits right note with Vic News reader

LETTER: Columnist Suzuki hits right note with Vic News reader

Concern shared for dangers of diluted bitumen spill in Pacific Ocean

  • Oct 24, 2017
LETTER: Columnist Suzuki hits right note with Vic News reader