Climate Changers


Man with a green mission
David Suzuki is a name Canadians will instantly associate with the environment. Ranked as one of the top ten greatest Canadians by CBC, Suzuki is a man who’s dedicated his life to green activism.

Meet David Suzuki

Fighting for urban lung spaces
In Cuba, The Forester, a digital bulletin, publishes news of illegal or excessive urban pruning. It exposes local examples of what has been called by experts “a silent and progressive deforestation of the city”.

Go to Havana

A greener path to the oil patch
John Nenniger, CEO of Calgary based, N-Solv Corp., has developed a way to extract oil from sands while producing almost zero emissions. "If our technology lives up to its promise, we could eliminate greenhouse gas emissions," he says.

Go to Calgary

The Libertarian answer to climate change: Seasteading

Patri Friedman, son of anarcho-capitalist professor David Friedman, and grandson of Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman, promotes seasteading  - that is permanent, autonomous, ocean communities, enabling innovation with new political and social systems.

Join Friedman in the ocean
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