Ecology


Saving the sacred salmon

Walk for wild salmon supports land-based, closed containment fish farms by Alexandra Morton I found my way to the Broughton Archipelago 26 years ago, following a pod of whales I…

Earth Day Vancouver 2020

EARTHFUTURE by Guy Dauncey Michelle woke her children early and got them dressed for Earth Day, the Fête de la Terre that would be held that day in the streets and parks…

Brain over brawn

SCIENCE MATTERS by David Suzuki with Faisal Moola Many people say George Wald was the greatest lecturer in Harvard’s history. He was certainly the best I’ve heard. Dr. Wald won…

SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT

Numerous environmental organizations in BC and throughout Canada are working to preserve the planet’s ecology. In this supplement, we highlight some of their ongoing efforts. For a comprehensive list of…

Solar incentive

EARTHFUTURE by Guy Dauncey This month, and this month only, SolarBC will contribute $2,000 – twice the current incentive – if you install a solar hot water system by the…

Nature’s bottom line

SCIENCE MATTERS by David Suzuki with Faisal Moola In December, Canadian specialty TV channel Business News Network interviewed me about the climate summit in Copenhagen. My six-minute interview followed a…

Pesticide use should end

EARTHFUTURE by Guy Dauncey Over the millions of years of Nature’s evolution, every kind of insect and bacterium has evolved, seeking its niche in the world. There are more than…

Earth needs an Avatar

SCIENCE MATTERS by David Suzuki with Faisal Moola For more than 40 years, I’ve been involved in making television programs to educate people about science and the natural world. But…

Water Beneath Our Feet

Mapping the Spirit of the False Creek Watershed presented by the False Creek Watershed Society Are you interested in the history of False Creek? Would you like to creatively map…