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Atlas of Cumulative Landscape Disturbance in the Traditional Territory of Blueberry River First Nations, 2016

Reports | June 2016
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The Atlas of Cumulative Landscape Disturbance in the Traditional Territory of Blueberry River First Nations 2016 shows the extent of industrial intrusions in Blueberry River First Nations' traditional territory in British Columbia's Peace River region. Based on B.C. government data and drawing heavily on maps, the Atlas finds that a... More »

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Charting Coastal Currents

Reports | June 2016
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Charting coastal currents highlights the concerns and hopes of coastal British Columbians, gathered during a 2015 tour of a dozen communities in the traditional territories of 12 First Nations. The report features the words of coastal residents to make a compelling case for considering environmental rights as a foundation for... More »

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Breaking gridlock — BC's transit investment deficit and what can be done to fix it

Reports | June 2016
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Investment in public transit in Metro Vancouver has stagnated over the years and drivers and transit riders are both feeling the pinch. Congestion costs the region more than $1 billion per year and with the population expected to grow by an additional one million people by 2040, the problem will... More »

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Our work is far from over

Spring | April 2016

I just turned 80. I thought my work would be over and I'd be able to kick back and relax with my grandchildren by this age. When my wife Tara and I started the David Suzuki Foundation in 1990, it was with a sense of urgency. I'd been involved in... More »

How to make toothpaste

Spring | April 2016

What does acting like we are nature and acknowledging that our choices affect the planet look like? It looks like making toothpaste! The benefits: Avoid plastic microbeads which may contain phthalates and bisphenol-A, are being eaten by fish and birds. Avoid triclosan, which contributes to antibiotic-resistant bacteria and harms wildlife.... More »