Is quite the organization set up in HIS name, Dr David Suzuki that is. This Guy is pushing two hundred years old or so, with all the double triple overtime put into helping, and that is just at Who knows what Dr. David Suzuki does in his spare time! Probably more helping stuff like he always seams to be doing. Which ?is why I must ask, Is Dr. David T. Suzuki really a mere mortal like you and I?

For example I blatently pillage this following from his web site.

“David T. Suzuki PhD, co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation, is an award-winning scientist, environmentalist and broadcaster.

David has received consistently high acclaim for his 30 years of award-winning work in broadcasting, explaining the complexities of science in a compelling, easily understood way. He is well known to millions as the host of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s popular science television series, The Nature of Things.

His eight part series, A Planet for the Taking won an award from the United Nations. His eight-part PBS series The Secret of Life was praised internationally, as was his five-part series The Brain for the Discovery Channel. For CBC Radio he founded the long running radio series, Quirks and Quarks and has presented two influential documentary series on the environment, From Naked Ape to Superspecies and It’s a Matter of Survival.

An internationally respected geneticist, David was a full Professor at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver from 1969 until his retirement in 2001. He is professor emeritus with UBC’s Sustainable Development Research Institute. From 1969 to 1972 he was the recipient of the prestigious E.W.R. Steacie Memorial Fellowship Award for the “Outstanding Canadian Research Scientist Under the Age of 35”.

He has received numerous awards including the Roger Tory Peterson Award from Harvard University. He is a Companion of the Order of Canada, and a member of the Order of British Columbia. He has received 20 honorary doctorates – 13 from Canada, four from the United States and three from Australia. First Nations people have honoured him with six names, formal adoption by two tribes, and made him an honorary member of the Dehcho First Nations.

David was born in Vancouver, BC in 1936. During World War II, at the age of six, he was interned with his family in a camp in BC. After the war, he went to high school in London, Ontario. He graduated with Honours from Amherst College in 1958 and went on to earn his PhD in Zoology from the University of Chicago in 1961.

The author of 43 books, David Suzuki is recognized as a world leader in sustainable ecology. He lives with his wife, Dr. Tara Cullis, and two daughters in Vancouver. “

Dr David Suzuki In My opinion has/is/will fight like a warrior poet of yeasteryear for that which he believes in because of the leap of reasoning his mind made, based upon the evidence it percieved.

If more people were willing to stand up and do as Dr. David T. Suzuki has/is/will this world truely would be a wonderous place to live in.

We need more electric cars, compressed air cars, solar panels, trees, more bio-diversity and more people like the extrodinary hero, I have just texted about.