[water, resources, commodities, public attitudes] by Stan Hirst CBC television recently replayed a 2016 interview between Peter Mansbridge and David Suzuki. The event was part […]
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Please join us for a series of provocative discussions on progress toward a more sustainable future.
Thursday, September 28th - Green Chemistry: A Way Forward -- Sustainability is a prerequisite for a ‘greener’ world and by coupling these concepts with science and technology, powerful tools have been created and are being used to solve climate and environment issues.
Thursday, October 26th - ReThinking PLASTIC: What's in your sushi?
Thursday, November 30th - New Energy in Action
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[global change, climate change, understanding, pessimism, optimism, attitude] by Peggy Olive In the wee hours of the morning, I listened to a replay of one […]
by Stan Hirst Living under smoky skies every day is an uncommon experience for Vancouverites. The TV spectacle of thousands of people having to evacuate […]
[global, change, psychology, pessimism, optimism, attitude] by Stan Hirst I spent an hour or two idling along the Ambleside sea-wall this past week. Ships at […]
by Jill Schroder Thursday June 8, 2017 was World Oceans Day. It seemed a perfect time to remember and appreciate my deep, early, nourishing, ongoing […]
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.