What you can do
Small steps make a big difference on the path to living more sustainably. The David Suzuki Foundation will show you how to transform your home, office and community into a healthy and sustainable one. From everyday green living tips to helpful resources on fighting climate change, we can help you make informed decisions to reduce your environmental footprint. Here are some things you can start doing right now.
In the spring, hungry baby killer whales and their mothers need abundant food to survive. The southern resident killer whales feed primarily on chinook salmon whose populations on the south coast are depleted. Recovering these salmon stocks is critical for the orcas' survival. Get a 2 for 1 deal on your conservation efforts here. Protect one, protect them both. Take action »
Without urgent help, scientists worry the magnificent monarch migration from Canada to Mexico could soon vanish. Read more »
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