Why David Suzuki wants you to watch Manufactured Landscapes
— "one of the most important docs" — on The Filmmakers: https://t.co/7xIIgiUTb4 pic.twitter.com/YeK8nz6ogT
— CBC Arts (@CBCArts) September 23, 2017
With the Amazon being on fire and Doug Ford trying take away the carbon tax, we at JIC believe that it is important for this week’s hot Asian guy to be, none other than, David fucking Suzuki! Yup, he is this week’s hot guy Friday. Look at those glasses. In 2004, David Suzuki ranked fifth on the list of final nominees in a CBC Television series that asked viewers to select The Greatest Canadian of all time.
Other than being incredibly stylish and well-spoken, Suzuki is also a sensation. You probably remember watching him talking about trees as a child. Thinking back, he was probably high when he was hosting his TV programme, The Nature of Things–broadcasted in over 40 countries around the world.
Find inspiration in contributing to the well-being of the planet like David Suzuki, whose life work has been dedicated to conserving and protecting the natural environment and helping to create a sustainable Canada 📷@DavidSuzukiFDN pic.twitter.com/giGlJDi1kr
— Canada (@Canada) January 9, 2018
The former UBC professor is known for his critique on the government’s lack of care for the environment. In the time of pipelines, regressive politics, and Doug Ford, David Suzuki is the guy we all need.
He also just seems like a fun guy to hangout with. His foundation, The David Suzuki Foundation’s main goal is “to find ways for society to live in balance with the natural world that does sustain us”. That’s my kind of man. But don’t just take that from me, the entire Canada agrees. In 2004, David Suzuki ranked fifth on the list of final nominees in a CBC Television series that asked viewers to select The Greatest Canadian of all time.
"Canada needs a leader who isn't afraid to shake things up. That's what I like about Charlie. He gets stuff done.” Dr. David Suzuki #ndp pic.twitter.com/SZkiaBIWX3
— Charlie Angus NDP (@CharlieAngusNDP) August 14, 2017
This Friday, check out this highly intelligent, kind-hearted, bearded, environmentalist and go watch an episode or two of The Nature of Things. Don’t forget to eat less beef, lamb, and remember to recycle!