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Decision time is coming. Please vote!

Fall | September 2015

Canadians go to the polls to elect a new federal government on October 19. We're all faced with an important decision at a critical time in the history of our country and the world. A diverse range of people and organizations around the world are calling on leaders to deal... More »

How to wash fruits and vegetables

Fall | September 2015

Lots of people touch, sniff and sneeze on produce — from the farm to the grocery store. So even if you're enjoying organic and local farmers market fruit and veggies, you're bound to encounter dirt and germs (and pesticide residues) from all the caring hands it passes through. But don't... More »

Solutions for a warming world

Fall | September 2015

The Foundation's climate and clean energy team has been working hard throughout 2015, with all roads leading to Paris for December's UN climate summit. Internationally, the conversation has shifted from whether governments should act to reduce carbon pollution to which can make the most drastic reductions over the shortest timelines.... More »

MOSAIC brings tai chi into the 30X30 Nature Challenge mix

Fall | September 2015

You don't need to be a mathematician to know that MOSAIC + tai chi = 30X30. MOSAIC is a Vancouver-based, non-profit organization dedicated to assisting new immigrants and refugees settle and integrate into Canadian society. In May, MOSAIC answered nature's call by joining the David Suzuki Foundation's 30X30 Nature Challenge,... More »

Celebrating Coastal Connections with David Suzuki

Fall | September 2015

In June 2015, David Suzuki and Foundation staff held public events in 12 communities along British Columbia's coast to celebrate, motivate and connect around our shared respect and admiration for the oceans. From Nanaimo to Masset, Foundation staff were greeted with enthusiasm and thoughtful commentary from more than 3,000 people... More »