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9 Inspiring David Suzuki Quotes

Famous As: Canadian Academic, Environmental Activist and Host of TV Program ‘The Nature of Things’
Born On: March 24, 1936
Born In: Vancouver, Canada
Founder / Co Founder: David Suzuki Foundation. , Quirks and Quarks.
Age: 86 Years

David Takayoshi Suzuki is a Canadian Academic, science broadcaster, and environmental activist. Suzuki started his academic career in 1958. After completing his Ph.D. in Zoology, he worked in the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Later he worked as a professor at the University of British Columbia for 49 years. He was a specialist in genetics. Later in 1970 he began his broadcasting career on a weekly children’s show ‘Suzuki on Science’ and many other television shows. Recently, he has presented himself as a spokesperson on global climate change. He is trying hard to convince people and leaders about the fact that climate change is a serious issue and also argues that majority of the scientists agree that human actions are responsible for this change. He has very strong and important points to put forward regarding his concerns. He is quiet vocal about climate change and environment. His quotes and thoughts will force you to think We have gathered few of his thoughts and famous quotes about climate change, environment, politics, earth, life, world, money, opportunity and more.

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We're in a giant car heading towards a brick wall and everyones arguing over where they're going to sit

We're in a giant car heading towards a brick wall and everyones arguing over where they're going to sit

David Suzuki
If we humans are good at anything, it’s thinking we’ve got a terrific idea and going for it without acknowledging the potential consequences or our own ignorance.

If we humans are good at anything, it’s thinking we’ve got a terrific idea and going for it without acknowledging the potential consequences or our own ignorance.

David Suzuki
As we distance ourselves further from the natural world, we are increasingly surrounded by and dependent on our own inventions. We become enslaved by the constant demands of technology created to serve us.

As we distance ourselves further from the natural world, we are increasingly surrounded by and dependent on our own inventions. We become enslaved by the constant demands of technology created to serve us.

David Suzuki
The environment is so fundamental to our continued existence that it must transcend politics and become a central value of all members of society.

The environment is so fundamental to our continued existence that it must transcend politics and become a central value of all members of society.

David Suzuki
Our identity includes our natural world, how we move through it, how we interact with it and how it sustains us.

Our identity includes our natural world, how we move through it, how we interact with it and how it sustains us.

David Suzuki
The way we live has less to do with individual choices and more to do with the general bent of our society than many of us realize. We forget that we don’t need everything.

The way we live has less to do with individual choices and more to do with the general bent of our society than many of us realize. We forget that we don’t need everything.

David Suzuki
Corporations easily bully governments by threatening to deprive even democratic nations of their wealth. If we try too hard to control them, they say they’ll leave and take their jobs with them.

Corporations easily bully governments by threatening to deprive even democratic nations of their wealth. If we try too hard to control them, they say they’ll leave and take their jobs with them.

David Suzuki
Virtually all of the extremely important services that nature provides are completely ignored by conventional economics. The ozone layer, for example, shields all life from DNA-damaging ultraviolet radiation.

Virtually all of the extremely important services that nature provides are completely ignored by conventional economics. The ozone layer, for example, shields all life from DNA-damaging ultraviolet radiation.

David Suzuki
A balance between sustainable ecology and sustainable human life, on the one hand, and the unfettered drive for profit, on the other, is just an oxymoron.

A balance between sustainable ecology and sustainable human life, on the one hand, and the unfettered drive for profit, on the other, is just an oxymoron.

David Suzuki