pollution

Blog
Jun 3, 2014

World Oceans Day: The ins and outs of oceans

David Suzuki
We're getting better at managing what we catch, to keep it within the ocean's capacity to replenish. But while we may be advancing in this battle, we're losing with climate change and pollution.
Blog
May 6, 2014

You might be allergic to global warming

David Suzuki
When it's not causing drought, climate change can be good for plants, increasing growing seasons and pollen production. That's not good news for people with allergies.
Blog
Apr 15, 2014

Is it time for a real war on cars?

David Suzuki
When you factor in pollution-related illness and mortality, cars are a leading cause of death and injury. They're also a major contributor to climate change. Is it time to apply the brakes?
Podcast
Mar 30, 2014

Maude Barlow on the future of the world's water

Redeye
A recent UN report says the energy sector has great political clout but water lacks any influence. It's this lack of influence that Maude Barlow has been fighting to address for more than a decade.
Blog
Jan 27, 2014

The people have the power

Mark Calzavara
Communities are exercising their right to refuse industrial development and protecting the water for future generations.
Podcast
Dec 4, 2013

B.C.'s natural gas strategy bad economics

Redeye
Christy Clark won the last election in part on the promise of a natural gas industry that would create jobs and eliminate the provincial debt. It turns out to be more fantasy than hard economics.
Blog
Dec 3, 2013

We can make Canada's reality match its image

David Suzuki
Canadians are proud of our natural environment, but unlike 110 countries around the world, we do not include the right to a healthy environment in our Constitution. It's time to change that.
Blog
Sep 24, 2013

Attacks on climate change science hinder solutions

David Suzuki
As the IPCC releases its fifth major review of global climate change science, the deniers are in full attack mode, with help from their friends in the media. We must heed the scientists.
Podcast
Jul 21, 2013

Labour in the Time of Cholera and Cancer

Redeye
A recent article examines why deaths from infectious diseases have dropped so dramatically. It says it’s less to do with medicine and more to do with better living and working conditions for workers.

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