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Thursday November 26th, 2015 with Suzette Schmiedel
David Suzuki on 100% Clean and Green

David Suzuki on 100% Clean and Green A live interview with Canadian Scientist David Suzuki on what environmental actions will determine the future, not only for Canadians, but for the world at large, and whether 100% Clean and Green is truly possible? Special Guest: Dr. David Suzuki Well renown Canadian Scientist, Broadcaster and Author Professor Emeritus at the University of British Columbia Holds 29 honorary degrees from universities around the world Companion to the Order of Canada Recipient of UNESCO's Kalinga Prize for science Received the United Nations Environment Program Medal Best known as the Host of the Nature of Things REGISTER FOR THE 100% POSSIBLE MARCH ON NOVEMBER 29 AND INVITE A FEW FRIENDS. Together we can halt global warming! One of the world's largest demonstrations on Climate Change ever!
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Interactive CKCU
William Fuku
Carleton University - Engineering Eco-point Money is created out of debt and almost everything is based on economical values. The current monetary system itself is not sustainable because there is always more debt than the actual money available in the system. How can sustainability be achieved when most people who actually produce goods and services are in debt to the monetary system? Things cannot be valued only based on economical values. Eco-point is a sustainable value-based monetary system which connects each separated sustainable ideas with sustainable bridges into a sustainably integrated system.

6:40 PM, November 22nd, 2015
Hannah Pepper
I don’t think that there’s one or even a few technologies that will make Canada or the world 100% green. I think that the key is to educate people and show them what climate change is doing to the world and how it can affect them; we have to make them care to change their behaviour. I believe that the general public making positive environmental changes (such as having less children or trying to conserve energy) will make a bigger difference than all the scientists in the world ever could.

9:26 PM, November 23rd, 2015
Matthew Salkeld
Great Job Suzette. I was hoping he would mention actual measures but I guess that can also be for another show. The last song was brilliant.

11:52 PM, November 26th, 2015
Tony Copple
This was a brilliant piece of journalism Suzette and a coup for CKCU. Among the breadth of information he presented, it is clear that (as mentioned by Hannah above) behavioural changes by millions as a result of education offers greater potential than technology and government action. See my environment site

9:06 AM, November 27th, 2015
Bradley Robinson
Great to hear this Interview... Twenty five years ago, David Suzuki wished me luck. I suggested hat we could build our future cities with waste. Imagine us doing just what nature does, only better than I imagined, the global benefit is intergenerational. We are lucky to have David wish upon others. Earth Air Water Fire and Life.

10:07 PM, November 27th, 2015
David Rhody, Wakefield
Great interview, Suzette! Always wonderful to hear David Suzuki's wisdom on environment and climate issues.

11:24 PM, November 27th, 2015