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Environmentalist & Scientist; Co-Founder of the David Suzuki Foundation

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 David Suzuki Biography

David Suzuki, a co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation, is a Canadian award-winning scientist, environmentalist, and broadcaster. He is renowned for radio and television programs that explain the complexities of the natural sciences in a compelling but easily understood way.

Suzuki is a geneticist. He graduated from Amherst College in 1958 with a bachelor's degree in biology, followed by a Ph.D. in zoology from the University of Chicago in 1961. He held a research associateship in the biology division of Tennessee's Oak Ridge National Lab from 1961 to 1962, was an assistant professor in genetics at the University of Alberta from 1962 to 1963, and since then has been a faculty member of the University of British Columbia, where he is currently professor emeritus.

In 1972, he was awarded the EWR Steacie Memorial Fellowship for being an outstanding research scientist in Canada under the age of 35 and held it for three years. He has won numerous academic awards and holds 25 honorary degrees in Canada, the US, and Australia. He was elected to the Royal Society of Canada and is a companion of the Order of Canada.

Suzuki has written 52 books, including 19 for children. His 1976 textbook An Introduction to Genetic Analysis remains the most widely used genetics textbook in the US and has been translated into Italian, Spanish, Greek, Indonesian, Arabic, French, and German.

Suzuki has consistently received high acclaim for his 30 years of award-winning work in broadcasting. In 1974, he developed and hosted the long-running popular science program "Quirks and Quarks" on CBC Radio. He has since presented two influential documentary CBC radio series on the environment: "It's a Matter of Survival" and "From Naked Ape to Superspecies." His national television career began with CBC in 1971 when he wrote and hosted Suzuki on Science. He was the host of Science Magazine from 1974 to 1979, then created and hosted a number of television specials, and in 1979 became the host of the award-winning series The Nature of Things with David Suzuki. He has won four Gemini Awards as best host of different Canadian television series. His eight-part television series A Planet for the Taking won an award from the United Nations. His eight-part BBC/PBS series The Secret of Life was praised internationally, as was his five-part series The Brain for the Discovery Channel. On June 10, 2002, he received the John Drainie Award for broadcasting excellence.

Suzuki is also recognized as a world leader in sustainable ecology. He is the recipient of UNESCO's Kalinga Prize for Science, the United Nations' Environment Program Medal, the United Nations' Environment Program's Global 500 Award, and the Right Livelihood Award, which is considered the alternative Nobel Prize.

Videos
Books
Everything Under the Sun: Toward a Brighter Future on a Small Blue Planet

Everything Under the Sun: Toward a Brighter Future on a Small Blue Planet

The Legacy: An Elder's Vision for Our Sustainable Future

The Legacy: An Elder's Vision for Our Sustainable Future

The Sacred Balance: Rediscovering Our Place in Nature

The Sacred Balance: Rediscovering Our Place in Nature

Tree: A Life Story

Tree: A Life Story

David Suzuki: The Autobiography

David Suzuki: The Autobiography

The David Suzuki Reader: A Lifetime of Ideas from a Leading Activist and Thinker

The David Suzuki Reader: A Lifetime of Ideas from a Leading Activist and Thinker

Speaking Topics
  • Eco-Leader

  • The Nature of Things

  • Good News for a Change: Hope for a Troubled Planet

  • The Covid-19 Crisis

    The Covid-19 crisis has had two enormous and related consequences: 1) brought much of human activity to a halt and 2) given nature a respite from human activity. Both provide an opportunity to reset society's priorities and to head in a different direction. Confrontation with the reality of a new epidemic has subdued political and economic imperatives to scientific reality. In a time of accusations of fake media, deep conspiracies and relentless trolls, scientists have regained authoritative prominence. Confined and restricted from normal lifestyles, people have had to confront important questions about purpose, values, opportunities and constraints in the way we as individuals and societies live. Nature
    • air, water, soil, energy, biodiversity
    • is the very source of our lives and well-being, but in the 20th century, humanity changed from rural agricultural living to inhabitants of big cities where our highest priority became our jobs. And so, the economy assumed greatest prominence in our values and we failed to ask the most important questions about this human creation called the economy, namely:
    • what is an economy for?
    • where does nature fit in an economy?
    • what is the value of nature and the spiritual?
    • what are the limits?
    • how much is enough?
    • are we happier with the sheer quantity of consumer items? The lockdown also reveals the way we care for elders who are often castigated as a "drain on the economy", expendable and a nuisance. We see unmet fundamental needs of isolated Indigenous communities, of the poor and street people. This is our moment to reset our priorities. In the battle for action on climate change, we have often been stymied by the lack of funds, yet governments find enormous resources to bail out automotive and fossil fuel industries in economic downturns. It is astounding to see how the Covid-19 crisis has opened new avenues of spending without dissent about increasing deficits or overspending. I lived through two other remarkable crises
    • World War II and the Soviet launch of Sputnik
    • both of which resulted in enormous economic and technological benefits for humankind and both deserves to be discussed. Finally, the restriction of human activity during the lockdown has not only given us clean air and silence, nature has shocked us with its resilience. This is the ultimate lesson, that nature can be far more forgiving than we deserve. So post Covid-19, let's continue to allow her to recover and put our efforts into living green and creating jobs that restore Earth's sustainable productivity.

  • THE CHALLENGE OF THE 21ST CENTURY: SETTING THE BOTTOMLINE IN THE ANTHROPOCENE

    • In the past century, humanity has undergone an explosive change in numbers, science, technology, consumption and economics, that have endowed us with the power to alter the biological, physical and chemical properties of the planet. • It is undeniable that the atmosphere and climate are altered; air, water and soil are fouled with toxic pollutants; oceans are depleted; forests are being cleared; and species are disappearing. • Now that most people live in large cities, our relationship with nature is less obvious. • Computers and telecommunications fragment information so that we can no longer recognize the interconnectivity of everything in the world. • Globalization of the economy renders the entire planet a source of resources and all people a market for products, while local communities and local ecosystems are negatively impacted (for example, large scale pig farms are raised in Canada for an Asian market while the water, air and soil surrounding the hogfarms are negatively impacted). • Traditional people refer to the Earth as their “Mother” and tell us we are made of the four sacred elements: Earth, Air, Fire and Water. • Today science is verifying this ancient wisdom and defines a different set of priorities that should become our bottomline for the 21st century: a) We are biological beings with an absolute dependence on clean air, water, soil and sunlight for our well being and survival. b) The web of all life on Earth (biodiversity) is responsible for cleansing, replenishing and creating air, water, soil and captured sunlight. c) Diversity at the genetic, species, ecosystem and cultural level is critical for longterm resilience and adaptability. d) We are social animals with an absolute need for love to realize our full human potential; maximal opportunity for love is ensured with strong families, communities, full employment, justice, equity, freedom from terror and war. e) We are spiritual beings who need to know that there are forces that impinge on our lives that lie outside our understanding or control; that nature that gave us birth, will persist after we die; that there are sacred places where humans come with respect and reverence. • Human beings are one species among perhaps 10 to 15 million other species on whom we are ultimately dependent for our well being. • Humanity needs to rediscover humility and our place in the world so that we and the rest of life can continue to flourish. • The way we see the world shapes the way we treat it. Perspective is shaped by our values, believes and experiences.

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    Booking fees for David Suzuki, or any other speakers and celebrities, are determined based on a number of factors and may change without notice. Pricing often varies between live and virtual events. Other factors that can affect speaker fees include the talent's schedule, market conditions, length of presentation, and the location of the event. The live and virtual event speaking fees listed on this website are intended to serve as a guideline only. In some cases, the actual quote may be above or below the stated range. For the most current fee to hire David Suzuki, please fill out the booking request form or call our office at 1.800.698.2536 to speak with an experienced booking agent.
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David Suzuki

Environmentalist & Scientist; Co-Founder of the David Suzuki Foundation

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Boston, MA, USA
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Live Event: $50,000 - $100,000  
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David Suzuki Biography

David Suzuki, a co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation, is a Canadian award-winning scientist, environmentalist, and broadcaster. He is renowned for radio and television programs that explain the complexities of the natural sciences in a compelling but easily understood way.

Suzuki is a geneticist. He graduated from Amherst College in 1958 with a bachelor's degree in biology, followed by a Ph.D. in zoology from the University of Chicago in 1961. He held a research associateship in the biology division of Tennessee's Oak Ridge National Lab from 1961 to 1962, was an assistant professor in genetics at the University of Alberta from 1962 to 1963, and since then has been a faculty member of the University of British Columbia, where he is currently professor emeritus.

In 1972, he was awarded the EWR Steacie Memorial Fellowship for being an outstanding research scientist in Canada under the age of 35 and held it for three years. He has won numerous academic awards and holds 25 honorary degrees in Canada, the US, and Australia. He was elected to the Royal Society of Canada and is a companion of the Order of Canada.

Suzuki has written 52 books, including 19 for children. His 1976 textbook An Introduction to Genetic Analysis remains the most widely used genetics textbook in the US and has been translated into Italian, Spanish, Greek, Indonesian, Arabic, French, and German.

Suzuki has consistently received high acclaim for his 30 years of award-winning work in broadcasting. In 1974, he developed and hosted the long-running popular science program "Quirks and Quarks" on CBC Radio. He has since presented two influential documentary CBC radio series on the environment: "It's a Matter of Survival" and "From Naked Ape to Superspecies." His national television career began with CBC in 1971 when he wrote and hosted Suzuki on Science. He was the host of Science Magazine from 1974 to 1979, then created and hosted a number of television specials, and in 1979 became the host of the award-winning series The Nature of Things with David Suzuki. He has won four Gemini Awards as best host of different Canadian television series. His eight-part television series A Planet for the Taking won an award from the United Nations. His eight-part BBC/PBS series The Secret of Life was praised internationally, as was his five-part series The Brain for the Discovery Channel. On June 10, 2002, he received the John Drainie Award for broadcasting excellence.

Suzuki is also recognized as a world leader in sustainable ecology. He is the recipient of UNESCO's Kalinga Prize for Science, the United Nations' Environment Program Medal, the United Nations' Environment Program's Global 500 Award, and the Right Livelihood Award, which is considered the alternative Nobel Prize.

David Suzuki Videos

  • Why it's time to think about human extinction | Dr David Suzuki ...
    Dec 16, 2018 ... After listening to this ep with Dr David Suzuki, you'll never be the same again. The environmentalist, activist, professor of...
  • David Suzuki Keynote - WOMADelaide Planet Talks 2016 - YouTube
    Mar 16, 2016 ... MC Robyn Williams. For four decades Canadian David Suzuki has been one of the most prominent, articulate, passionate and effective...
  • David Suzuki | June Callwood Lecture | May 27, 2015 | Appel Salon ...
    Jul 20, 2015 ... Dr. David Suzuki, internationally renowned geneticist and environmentalist, known as the host of the long running series The Nature...

David Suzuki Books

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David Suzuki Speaking Topics

  • Eco-Leader

  • The Nature of Things

  • Good News for a Change: Hope for a Troubled Planet

  • The Covid-19 Crisis

    The Covid-19 crisis has had two enormous and related consequences: 1) brought much of human activity to a halt and 2) given nature a respite from human activity. Both provide an opportunity to reset society's priorities and to head in a different direction. Confrontation with the reality of a new epidemic has subdued political and economic imperatives to scientific reality. In a time of accusations of fake media, deep conspiracies and relentless trolls, scientists have regained authoritative prominence. Confined and restricted from normal lifestyles, people have had to confront important questions about purpose, values, opportunities and constraints in the way we as individuals and societies live. Nature
    • air, water, soil, energy, biodiversity
    • is the very source of our lives and well-being, but in the 20th century, humanity changed from rural agricultural living to inhabitants of big cities where our highest priority became our jobs. And so, the economy assumed greatest prominence in our values and we failed to ask the most important questions about this human creation called the economy, namely:
    • what is an economy for?
    • where does nature fit in an economy?
    • what is the value of nature and the spiritual?
    • what are the limits?
    • how much is enough?
    • are we happier with the sheer quantity of consumer items? The lockdown also reveals the way we care for elders who are often castigated as a "drain on the economy", expendable and a nuisance. We see unmet fundamental needs of isolated Indigenous communities, of the poor and street people. This is our moment to reset our priorities. In the battle for action on climate change, we have often been stymied by the lack of funds, yet governments find enormous resources to bail out automotive and fossil fuel industries in economic downturns. It is astounding to see how the Covid-19 crisis has opened new avenues of spending without dissent about increasing deficits or overspending. I lived through two other remarkable crises
    • World War II and the Soviet launch of Sputnik
    • both of which resulted in enormous economic and technological benefits for humankind and both deserves to be discussed. Finally, the restriction of human activity during the lockdown has not only given us clean air and silence, nature has shocked us with its resilience. This is the ultimate lesson, that nature can be far more forgiving than we deserve. So post Covid-19, let's continue to allow her to recover and put our efforts into living green and creating jobs that restore Earth's sustainable productivity.

  • THE CHALLENGE OF THE 21ST CENTURY: SETTING THE BOTTOMLINE IN THE ANTHROPOCENE

    • In the past century, humanity has undergone an explosive change in numbers, science, technology, consumption and economics, that have endowed us with the power to alter the biological, physical and chemical properties of the planet. • It is undeniable that the atmosphere and climate are altered; air, water and soil are fouled with toxic pollutants; oceans are depleted; forests are being cleared; and species are disappearing. • Now that most people live in large cities, our relationship with nature is less obvious. • Computers and telecommunications fragment information so that we can no longer recognize the interconnectivity of everything in the world. • Globalization of the economy renders the entire planet a source of resources and all people a market for products, while local communities and local ecosystems are negatively impacted (for example, large scale pig farms are raised in Canada for an Asian market while the water, air and soil surrounding the hogfarms are negatively impacted). • Traditional people refer to the Earth as their “Mother” and tell us we are made of the four sacred elements: Earth, Air, Fire and Water. • Today science is verifying this ancient wisdom and defines a different set of priorities that should become our bottomline for the 21st century: a) We are biological beings with an absolute dependence on clean air, water, soil and sunlight for our well being and survival. b) The web of all life on Earth (biodiversity) is responsible for cleansing, replenishing and creating air, water, soil and captured sunlight. c) Diversity at the genetic, species, ecosystem and cultural level is critical for longterm resilience and adaptability. d) We are social animals with an absolute need for love to realize our full human potential; maximal opportunity for love is ensured with strong families, communities, full employment, justice, equity, freedom from terror and war. e) We are spiritual beings who need to know that there are forces that impinge on our lives that lie outside our understanding or control; that nature that gave us birth, will persist after we die; that there are sacred places where humans come with respect and reverence. • Human beings are one species among perhaps 10 to 15 million other species on whom we are ultimately dependent for our well being. • Humanity needs to rediscover humility and our place in the world so that we and the rest of life can continue to flourish. • The way we see the world shapes the way we treat it. Perspective is shaped by our values, believes and experiences.

FAQs on booking David Suzuki

  • How to book David Suzuki?

    Our booking agents have successfully helped clients around the world secure talent like David Suzuki for both live and virtual events for over 15 years. The team at All American Entertainment represents and listens to the needs of organizations and corporations seeking to hire keynote speakers, celebrities or entertainers for speaking engagements, personal appearances, product endorsements, or corporate entertainment. Fill out a booking request form for David Suzuki, or call our office at 1.800.698.2536 to discuss your upcoming event. One of our experienced agents will be happy to help you get pricing information and check availability for David Suzuki or any other celebrity of your choice.
  • How much does it cost to book David Suzuki?

    Booking fees for David Suzuki, or any other speakers and celebrities, are determined based on a number of factors and may change without notice. Pricing often varies between live and virtual events. Other factors that can affect speaker fees include the talent's schedule, market conditions, length of presentation, and the location of the event. The live and virtual event speaking fees listed on this website are intended to serve as a guideline only. In some cases, the actual quote may be above or below the stated range. For the most current fee to hire David Suzuki, please fill out the booking request form or call our office at 1.800.698.2536 to speak with an experienced booking agent.
  • Who is the agent for David Suzuki?

    All American Entertainment has successfully secured celebrity talent like David Suzuki for clients worldwide for more than 15 years. As a full-service talent booking agency, we have access to virtually any speaker or celebrity in the world. Our agents are happy and able to submit an offer to the speaker or celebrity of your choice, letting you benefit from our reputation and long-standing relationships in the industry. Fill out the booking request form or call our office at 1.800.698.2536, and one of our agents will assist you to book David Suzuki for your next private or corporate function.
  • What is a full-service talent booking agency?

    All American Speakers is a "buyers agent" and exclusively represents talent buyers, meeting planners and event professionals, who are looking to secure celebrities and speakers for personal appearances, speaking engagements, corporate entertainment, public relations campaigns, commercials, or endorsements. We do not exclusively represent David Suzuki or claim ourselves as the exclusive booking agency, business manager, publicist, speakers bureau or management for David Suzuki or any other speaker or celebrity on this website. For more information on how we work and what makes us unique, please read the AAE Advantage.

David Suzuki is a keynote speaker and industry expert who speaks on a wide range of topics such as Eco-Leader, The Nature of Things, Good News for a Change: Hope for a Troubled Planet, The Covid-19 Crisis and THE CHALLENGE OF THE 21ST CENTURY: SETTING THE BOTTOMLINE IN THE ANTHROPOCENE. The estimated speaking fee range to book David Suzuki for your event is $50,000 - $100,000. David Suzuki generally travels from Boston, MA, USA and can be booked for (private) corporate events, personal appearances, keynote speeches, or other performances. Similar motivational celebrity speakers are Adrian Grenier, Dr. Michio Kaku, Alexandra Cousteau, Van Jones and Dr. Jane Goodall. Contact All American Speakers for ratings, reviews, videos and information on scheduling David Suzuki for an upcoming live or virtual event.

David Suzuki Speaker Videos

  • Why it's time to think about human extinction | Dr David Suzuki ...
    Dec 16, 2018 ... After listening to this ep with Dr David Suzuki, you'll never be the same again. The environmentalist, activist, professor of genetics and science ...
    David Suzuki Keynote - WOMADelaide Planet Talks 2016 - YouTube
    Mar 16, 2016 ... MC Robyn Williams. For four decades Canadian David Suzuki has been one of the most prominent, articulate, passionate and effective ad...
  • David Suzuki | June Callwood Lecture | May 27, 2015 | Appel Salon ...
    Jul 20, 2015 ... Dr. David Suzuki, internationally renowned geneticist and environmentalist, known as the host of the long running series The Nature of Things ...
    David Suzuki: An elder's vision for our sustainable future - YouTube
    Jan 7, 2012 ... At 74, and coming the end of his scientific and broadcasting career, David Suzuki mused on the notion: "If I had one last lecture to give, what ...

David Suzuki Speaking Topics

  • Eco-Leader

  • The Nature of Things

  • Good News for a Change: Hope for a Troubled Planet

  • The Covid-19 Crisis

    The Covid-19 crisis has had two enormous and related consequences: 1) brought much of human activity to a halt and 2) given nature a respite from human activity. Both provide an opportunity to reset society's priorities and to head in a different direction. Confrontation with the reality of a new epidemic has subdued political and economic imperatives to scientific reality. In a time of accusations of fake media, deep conspiracies and relentless trolls, scientists have regained authoritative prominence. Confined and restricted from normal lifestyles, people have had to confront important questions about purpose, values, opportunities and constraints in the way we as individuals and societies live. Nature
    • air, water, soil, energy, biodiversity
    • is the very source of our lives and well-being, but in the 20th century, humanity changed from rural agricultural living to inhabitants of big cities where our highest priority became our jobs. And so, the economy assumed greatest prominence in our values and we failed to ask the most important questions about this human creation called the economy, namely:
    • what is an economy for?
    • where does nature fit in an economy?
    • what is the value of nature and the spiritual?
    • what are the limits?
    • how much is enough?
    • are we happier with the sheer quantity of consumer items? The lockdown also reveals the way we care for elders who are often castigated as a "drain on the economy", expendable and a nuisance. We see unmet fundamental needs of isolated Indigenous communities, of the poor and street people. This is our moment to reset our priorities. In the battle for action on climate change, we have often been stymied by the lack of funds, yet governments find enormous resources to bail out automotive and fossil fuel industries in economic downturns. It is astounding to see how the Covid-19 crisis has opened new avenues of spending without dissent about increasing deficits or overspending. I lived through two other remarkable crises
    • World War II and the Soviet launch of Sputnik
    • both of which resulted in enormous economic and technological benefits for humankind and both deserves to be discussed. Finally, the restriction of human activity during the lockdown has not only given us clean air and silence, nature has shocked us with its resilience. This is the ultimate lesson, that nature can be far more forgiving than we deserve. So post Covid-19, let's continue to allow her to recover and put our efforts into living green and creating jobs that restore Earth's sustainable productivity.

  • THE CHALLENGE OF THE 21ST CENTURY: SETTING THE BOTTOMLINE IN THE ANTHROPOCENE

    • In the past century, humanity has undergone an explosive change in numbers, science, technology, consumption and economics, that have endowed us with the power to alter the biological, physical and chemical properties of the planet. • It is undeniable that the atmosphere and climate are altered; air, water and soil are fouled with toxic pollutants; oceans are depleted; forests are being cleared; and species are disappearing. • Now that most people live in large cities, our relationship with nature is less obvious. • Computers and telecommunications fragment information so that we can no longer recognize the interconnectivity of everything in the world. • Globalization of the economy renders the entire planet a source of resources and all people a market for products, while local communities and local ecosystems are negatively impacted (for example, large scale pig farms are raised in Canada for an Asian market while the water, air and soil surrounding the hogfarms are negatively impacted). • Traditional people refer to the Earth as their “Mother” and tell us we are made of the four sacred elements: Earth, Air, Fire and Water. • Today science is verifying this ancient wisdom and defines a different set of priorities that should become our bottomline for the 21st century: a) We are biological beings with an absolute dependence on clean air, water, soil and sunlight for our well being and survival. b) The web of all life on Earth (biodiversity) is responsible for cleansing, replenishing and creating air, water, soil and captured sunlight. c) Diversity at the genetic, species, ecosystem and cultural level is critical for longterm resilience and adaptability. d) We are social animals with an absolute need for love to realize our full human potential; maximal opportunity for love is ensured with strong families, communities, full employment, justice, equity, freedom from terror and war. e) We are spiritual beings who need to know that there are forces that impinge on our lives that lie outside our understanding or control; that nature that gave us birth, will persist after we die; that there are sacred places where humans come with respect and reverence. • Human beings are one species among perhaps 10 to 15 million other species on whom we are ultimately dependent for our well being. • Humanity needs to rediscover humility and our place in the world so that we and the rest of life can continue to flourish. • The way we see the world shapes the way we treat it. Perspective is shaped by our values, believes and experiences.

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