Notes from the Panther Lounge archives

  • Photo: Introducing David Suzuki's Blue Dot Tour

    Introducing David Suzuki's Blue Dot Tour

    July 24, 2014

    The David Suzuki Foundation is excited to launch the Blue Dot Tour, a cross-country journey to support a simple yet powerful idea: that all Canadians should have the right to drink clean water, breathe fresh air and eat healthy food. More »

  • Photo: Camping in the city: the Homegrown Jamboree!

    Camping in the city: the Homegrown Jamboree!

    July 22, 2014

    As part of the Homegrown National Park Project, the David Suzuki Foundation is excited to announce our first-ever overnight camp out in the city, the Homegrown Jamboree, this summer. More »

  • Photo: Never too young to lead

    Never too young to lead

    July 12, 2014

    "We know you are also worried about the Canadian Arctic and its animals, and we hope you can use this money." ~Ruby Lyons (age nine) Not yet out of elementary... More »

  • Photo: Volunteers in action: meet Graeme

    Volunteers in action: meet Graeme

    July 11, 2014

    Graeme's passion for the environment started on the West Coast Trail. More »

  • Photo: Homegrown Design Challenge

    Homegrown Design Challenge

    July 9, 2014

    Toronto may soon be home to a chain of DIY backyard bee hotels and a natural forest in a downtown alleyway. Those were the winning designs selected in the first... More »

  • Photo: Happier workplaces all year long

    Happier workplaces all year long

    July 7, 2014

    Hundreds of workplaces participated in the David Suzuki Foundation's 30×30 Nature Challenge in May, when we challenged employees across the country to spend 30 minutes outside in nature every day... More »

  • Photo: Homegrown Design Challenge: Winners to be announced July 9th

    Homegrown Design Challenge: Winners to be announced July 9th

    July 3, 2014

    In partnership with Workshop Architecture, the David Suzuki Foundation launched the Homegrown Design Challenge this spring, challenging architects, designers and landscape architects to submit ideas for low-cost, easy-to-implement green design... More »

  • Photo: Caribou fate in jeopardy as pipeline approved

    Caribou fate in jeopardy as pipeline approved

    June 26, 2014

    Canada fails test to protect endangered wildlife More »

  • A flitting tribute to monarchs

    June 16, 2014

    This spring we planted over 4,000 milkweed plants through our #GotMilkweed campaign, a part of the Homegrown National Park Project. More »

  • Photo: Milkweed and monarchs are missing, but you can help!

    Milkweed and monarchs are missing, but you can help!

    June 5, 2014

    It isn't new news that monarch butterflies are in trouble, or that planting milkweed will help them. More than a thousand households in Toronto joined our #GotMilkweed campaign this spring and have planted milkweed in yards and on balconies. Dozens of schoolyards and parks got milkweed too. The campaign has arguably been the largest-ever urban milkweed intervention. But it's just the beginning. More »