by Jim Stephenson Earth Day Sermon 2017, Unitarian Church of Vancouver Earthly prospects seem less hopeful in 2017 than on previous Earth Days. The window […]
What’s Coming Up?
by Louise Goulet The sun was sinking below the ragged mountain peaks, bathing the valley below in a warm golden glow. A light […]
by Stan Hirst I have occasionally heard some of the Suzuki Elders refer to our group as a Unitarian/Anglican conglomerate. It’s meant as a flattering […]
by Jill Schroder “Difference is the essence of humanity”. This quote from John Hume seems to me an appropriate thing to remember on International Women’s Day. […]
by Stan Hirst Resilience has become the buzzword of the 21st century, and its rapid rise to prominence in the media has taken some of […]
by Julia Smith Blue Sky Ranch, Merritt, B.C. Seems like everyone is selling “local, sustainable, ethical” meat these days. It’s big business and even companies […]
Who are the Suzuki Elders?
The Suzuki Elders are a voluntary association of self-identified elders working with and through the David Suzuki Foundation. We bring our voices, experiences and memories to mentor, motivate and support other elders and younger generations in dialogue and action on environmental issues. Suzuki Elders listen, learn, share and act through educating, communicating, connecting and non-partisan advocacy. We welcome new members.
We are about 120 members, mostly from Vancouver, British Columbia and environs, who share both passion and concern for our environment. We contribute to various working groups and connect through blog posts, public meetings, and Facebook. You can learn more about our goals and activities by reading our FAQs and by clicking on items under About Us.