David Takayoshi Suzuki (born 1936) is a Canadian academic, science broadcaster and environmental activist. David Suzuki is a Canadian Scientist (Zoology, Genetics) who's most famous and influential through a series of Science and Environmentalism programs via the State-Run Broadcaster 'CBC'. Suzuki is best known for environmentalist activist causes such as 'Acid Rain', Save the Whales, Anti-Nuclear, Ozone-Holes, Global Warming and extensively for Overpopulation.
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David Suzuki Foundation https://davidsuzuki.org/
In recent years, Suzuki has been a forceful spokesperson on global climate change. In February 2008, he urged McGill University students to speak out against politicians who fail to act on climate change, stating "What I would challenge you to do is to put a lot of effort into trying to see whether there's a legal way of throwing our so-called leaders into jail because what they're doing is a criminal act."
Suzuki is a major proponent of human made climate change and global warming. In a film from 1972 he compared humans to maggots.
Founded the David Suzuki Foundation in 1991. Quote from Wikipedia: "President of the conservative Canadian Centre for Policy Studies Joseph C. Ben-Ami, citing this statement in his article "Global Warming Charlatan" notes that the foundation's 2005-2006 annual report lists 52 corporations, including Bell Canada, Toyota, IBM, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Scotia Capital, Warner Bros., Canon and the Bank of Montreal, amongst its 40,000 donors."
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