David Suzuki visits Henvey Inlet First Nation, discusses renewable energy project

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By Jennifer Ashawasegai-Pereira
Anishinabek News (Canada)

HENVEY INLET FIRST NATION— “I’m trying to not fly to places anymore,” David Suzuki tells Henvey Inlet First Nation Gimaa Wayne McQuabbie, who quickly quipped, “Yeah, it’s hard on your arms.” They both chuckled together, along with the rest of Council and a few Pattern Canada employees.

Suzuki had been travelling across Canada in an electric vehicle by Volvo. It took eight days from Vancouver to Toronto. Suzuki is most known and well-loved for hosting a television show, The Nature of Things. He flew around the country and overseas. A lot. He realizes the carbon footprint of jets and hasn’t flown for just about three years. He’s doing his best to quit flying. He’s been promoting his journey on social media while travelling with his wife and a two-person film crew.

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