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Once again, the National Film Board of Canada and the David Suzuki Foundation are pleased to present the David Suzuki Virtual Classroom on November 13th and 14th at 13h00 EST.

Last fall, nearly 200 high schools from across Canada and as many as 15,000 students took part in this amazing opportunity to connect with each other and David Suzuki.

Join the conversation!

Don't miss the chance to interact live, from your classroom via the web. All you need to do is purchase the movie Force of Nature and register for a session. If you took part in last year's event, you can register again this year at a reduced rate.

Students can submit questions to Dr. Suzuki, and several from across Canada will be selected to ask their questions via live video feed.

Please send any questions to virtualclassroom@nfb.ca

September 21, 2012
http://www.davidsuzuki.org/blogs/panther-lounge/2012/09/students-can-ask-questions-about-david-suzukis-life-and-vision-for-our-future/

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Oct 24, 2012
8:33 PM

another question pulsating through my mind is also

Oct 24, 2012
8:21 PM

I'm not exactly sure who reads these things but I was watching the livestream from my classroom today and I found that not many people were asking the right questions.. I have one of many and if I get a reply I will continue to post any further questions. so here it is: Mister Suzuki, How can we go about getting the wealthier bodies of people to have a greater value for humanity rather than currency? I believe that they have achieved whatever their definition of "happiness" is and are not necessarily in search of doing so on a global scale (with everyone and for everyone) How do we go about silencing the flame of corruption? sincerely, Brandon

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