Second Quarter Report
Green groups are not David with a slingshot. They are Goliath. Please support the scrutiny & skepticism I bring to environmental issues.
The Most Trusted Canadian Is A Dick
In person, David Suzuki is reportedly foul-mouthed and rude.
Totalitarian Thinker David Suzuki
On June 7th, the University of Alberta will lionize someone who rejects freedom of thought.
Suzuki: No iPad for You, But Australian Digs for Me
For the past 30 years, carbon-footprint-warrior David Suzuki has considered Australia his second home.
David Suzuki’s Actions Speak Louder Than His Words
He decries over-population, but fathers 5 kids. He’s against economic growth, but his once-tiny foundation now has offices in 3 cities.
David Suzuki: Enemy of Free Speech
For eight years, this environmental leader has called for the imprisonment of those who disagree. Why is he still welcome in polite society?
The WMO’s Macabre Climate Fiction
Rather than persuading us with reason and logic, the World Meteorological Organization has recruited TV weather presenters to deliver pretend weather reports from the year 2050.
A Historical Perspective on Hysterical Rhetoric
Environmental activists have been declaring that the sky is falling since at least 1948. We aren’t the first generation to care – or to be raised on eco scare stories.
The IPCC: Not What You Think It Is
A fictional UN climate body exists in the minds of the gullible. And then there’s the real IPCC.
PR Firm Enlisted to Convince Leaders to Ignore Public
The UN’s Climate Secretariat will get free PR advice so it can inspire politicians to take action. But the UN’s own survey says the public ranks climate change last among 16 priorities.
David Suzuki: Canada is ‘Full’
Some people really do care more about “Mother Nature” than human beings.
Greens Bludgeon Democracy
Environmentalists think Australian states can’t be trusted to make their own decisions. They want them overruled by bureaucrats thousands of miles away.
Have We Run Out of Time Yet?
It isn’t your imagination. You’ve been hearing that the world is “running out of time” for years.
The Playing Field Isn’t Remotely Level
Climate skeptics don’t hire advertising agencies to help them manage their brand. Green groups do. So tell me again which side is lavishly funded?
David Suzuki: All Mining Must Stop
According to Canada’s most prominent environmentalist, the mining of gold, silver, copper and other minerals poses an unacceptable risk to the planet’s atmosphere.
Public Relations Firms & Climate Change
Much of what we hear about climate change has been carefully crafted by PR firms and ad agencies.
Greens Against Growth – Except Their Own
If ‘constant growth’ is bad, why does the David Suzuki Foundation keep getting bigger and bigger?
How We Know the ‘Climate Crisis’ Isn’t Real
People who believe there’s an urgent problem behave accordingly. Climatologist Michael Mann plays games.
For the Sake of the Children
Climate crusaders urge us to Think of the children! But that can be used by anyone to advance any argument under the sun.
David Suzuki Ejects TV Crew
David Suzuki’s idea of a “truly sustainable future” is one in which freedom of the press doesn’t exist.
Good News About Polar Bears
Why don’t polar bear activists recognize a success story when they see one?
How Committed to Science is David Suzuki?
23 years ago, David Suzuki declared science “fundamentally flawed.” These days he delivers speeches to naturopath conventions.
David Suzuki & John Abbott College
A Quebec school refuses to say whether David Suzuki’s student bodyguards spent time alone with him.
Suzuki: Money Doesn’t Matter, Here’s My $30K Invoice
In a speech to students, David Suzuki condemned society’s fixation with money. So why did he charge their school more for a day’s work than many Canadians earn in a year?
David Suzuki, Dirty Old Man
When David Suzuki visited a school in Quebec, why was he assigned attractive, female, student bodyguards?
Who is Hans Joachim Schellnhuber?
The German government’s chief climate advisor is the furthest thing from an objective, dispassionate scientist. He thinks using fossil fuels amounts to “a lifestyle of mass destruction” – and that the UN should be put in charge of trillions of dollars.
Energy Rocks Our World
Affordable, reliable energy – a big reason most children now make it to adulthood.
David Suzuki’s Smoke & Mirrors
Would a scientifically rigorous organization have the owner of a PR firm as its chairman?
Eco Narcissists & Their Last Chances
For half a century green activists have insisted that their historical moment – and a particular generation – are the planet’s last hope.
Thank You, British Taxpayers
British taxpayers spent £165,937 in recent years on climate change projects here in Canada.
Canada’s Senate, David Suzuki & The Delinquent Teenager
My book is discussed in the Canadian Senate – and the David Suzuki Foundation behaves like a rabid dog.
The Authoritarian Impulse and Climate Change
People who want to save the planet are fond of more laws and more red tape. They talk of silencing their opponents and sending people to prison.
David Suzuki is a Drama Queen
While the rest of us approach challenges with determination, optimism, and faith in ourselves as problem solvers, drama queens see only worst-case scenarios. They exaggerate. They emotionalize.
Hansen, Suzuki & Greenpeace
Regarding James Hansen’s (tax-payer funded) salary, David Suzuki’s despair, and Ross Gelbspan’s professional activism.
Is Everything Really Getting Worse?
David Suzuki says the planet is in “far worse shape” today than 50 years ago. But a growing library of exhaustively researched books claim the opposite.
Suzuki’s Children (The Political Kind)
Dan Kellar is a geography student at the University of Waterloo. He is writing a doctoral thesis under the supervision of an Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change author and already teaches climate change courses to impressionable undergraduates.
Last week Kellar prevented a journalist from speaking to a campus audience about her new book. He says that because (he thinks) she’s lying free speech doesn’t apply to her.
Lest We Forget the Importance of Liberty
To a large degree the climate change story is a media story. Journalists are supposed to be guard dogs, not lap dogs. Instead, they’ve become arbiters of scientific truth – refusing to report on non-conformist perspectives.
Last of a five-part series.
Margaret Atwood Should Resign From PEN International
As Vice President of PEN International, Margaret Atwood has pledged to oppose “any form of suppression of freedom of expression.”
But she sits on a board directors with a man who says some people have no right to free speech. She has written the foreword to a book by David Suzuki – who thinks politicians should be jailed for their climate change views. She has also encouraged her Twitter followers to visit a web page that says a TV station that hasn’t even begun broadcasting should be stopped.
When is a Job Offer Not a Job Offer? (Part 1)
Invited in May to join a new Canadian television station, I was supposed to be a contrarian voice on topics such as global warming and David Suzuki. By October, the broadcaster had lost its nerve.
I’m a bit player in this drama. The bigger picture is that Canadians will continue to be fed the same old pablum.
David Suzuki’s Five Kids
People are surprised to learn that eco icon David Suzuki (who insists there are too many humans on the planet), has himself fathered five children. But his autobiography reveals this to be the case. It also tells us he began dating his second wife when she was 22 – and he was 35.
David Suzuki’s Odd View of Women
David Suzuki thinks women are capable of saving the world. I agree. But before we support him financially and in other ways, shouldn’t we spend a few minutes looking closely at the kind of world he wants us to fight for?
Seven (Real) Questions for David Suzuki
David Suzuki has been asked a series of softball questions by a mainstream newspaper reporter. My own list of questions begins with:
1. You think there are too many human beings, that our numbers over-burden planet Earth. Why, then, did you yourself father five children?