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David Suzuki: The Autobiography

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"David Suzuki: The Autobiography" is an evocative journey through the life of renowned environmentalist David Suzuki. Published on September 28, 2007, this book offers an intimate glimpse into Suzuki's transformative experiences, from the adversities of internment during World War II due to his Japanese heritage, to his formative years in the U.S., and his ascension as a seminal figure in environmental science. Readers will be captivated by his candid reflections on his career, from a geneticist to the beloved host of "The Nature of Things," and his fervent advocacy which led to the establishment of the David Suzuki Foundation. The narrative is enriched with anecdotes of his encounters with global icons like Nelson Mandela and the Dalai Lama, and underscored by the profound influence of nature and family. This autobiography is not just a recount of a life well-lived but an inspiring call to action for anyone in adult education and others passionate about environmental justice, urging them to reflect on how they, too, can contribute to a more just and sustainable world.
Published by Greystone Books on September 28, 2007
416 pages
ISBN: 9781553652816
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