David Suzuki has apologized for a recent comment he made warning there will be “pipelines blown up” if governments don’t take rapid action on climate change.
The Canadian environmentalist, scientist and broadcaster made the explosive suggestion in a Nov. 20 interview with CHEK News after an environmental march in Victoria.
He apologized Thursday for the “poorly chosen” remarks in a statement from the David Suzuki Foundation. Read more: Students in Vancouver and across B.C.
take part in Global Climate Strike “Any suggestion that violence is inevitable is wrong and will not lead us to a desperately-needed solution to the climate crisis,” he said. “My words were spoken out of extreme frustration and I apologize.” View link » In theRead more on etcanada.com