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Draft regulations to reduce use of neonic-treated seeds by 80 per cent will help to protect Ontario pollinators

March 24, 2015

Report shows urban green space cuts air pollution and cools the city

March 24, 2015

Bill to create Canada's first national urban park remains flawed

March 12, 2015

David Suzuki in tonight's telephone town hall discussing why the environment matters in the transit referendum

March 10, 2015

Dr. David Suzuki and Peter Robinson, CEO of the David Suzuki Foundation will take part in a telephone town hall on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 to answer questions about the upcoming Metro Vancouver transit referendum. The call will take place between 7:00 and 8:00 PM and give voters across the region an opportunity to get more information before they vote on the future of the region.

"Voting Yes is the single biggest thing we can do to fight climate change in our region," said Dr. Suzuki. "We all get dramatically better transit and transportation options. Less congestion and pollution, healthier communities and faster commutes — especially if you live south of the Fraser."

Dr. David Suzuki and Peter Robinson, CEO of the David Suzuki Foundation will take part in a telephone town hall on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 to answer questions about the upcoming Metro Vancouver transit referendum. The call will take place between 7:00 and 8:00 PM and give voters across the region an opportunity to get more information before they vote on the future of the region.

"Voting Yes is the single biggest thing we can do to fight climate change in our region," said Dr. Suzuki. "We all get dramatically better transit and transportation options. Less congestion and pollution, healthier communities and faster commutes — especially if you live south of the Fraser."

Ninety-seven per cent support Ontario's plan to restrict bee-killing pesticides

March 4, 2015