David Suzuki museum of caring

David Takayoshi Suzuki was born March 24th, 1936. He was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. David Suzuki is a science broadcaster, Canadian academic and a environmental activist.

He has done many things to help the environment such as; spread awareness everywhere he went, he has written many books, he has started TV shows and was co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation. The David Suzuki Foundation is also one of his greatest accomplishments. The foundation helps find ways for society to live in balance with the natural world and spreads awareness.

He graduated from Amherst College with an Honours in BA in Biology, in 1958. He also received his Ph.D in Zoology from the University of Chicago.

These are some of many things that David Suzuki has brought awareness to.

All from the "David Suzuki Foundation"

David Suzuki has also won many awards such as...

  • 5 Gemini Awards for " Canadian Television Efforts"
  • The John Drainie Award for Broadcasting Excellence
  • Lifetime Achievement Award from the University of British Columbia (UBC)
  • Royal Bank Award
  • UNESCO Kalinga Prize for science writing
  • He was named an Officer of the Order of Canada
  • He was nominated one of the Top 10 Greatest Canadians, and was ranked 5th, by viewers of CBS
  • Right Livelihood Award
  • Steacie Memorial Fellowship
  • Recipient of the Brand-Ford Washburn Award
  • Humans Rights Award
  • 25 honorary degrees from multiple universities in Canada, the United States and Australia

David Suzuki has hosted and been on many shows such as:

  • Suzuki on Science
  • The Nature of Things
  • Science Magazine
  • a PBS series the Secret Life

David Suzuki has also produced the show Yellowstone to Yukon: The Wildlands Project. He also founded a radio program called Quirks and Quarks.

he has also written many books

AND MANY, MANY MORE

HIS MOST POPULAR BOOK IS...

by: Mika Morand

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