He resigned from the board of director at the David Suzuki Foundation, saying he wanted to save the organization from ‘bully’ charitable status threats; he lamented the Tory chill on green groups; he exposed himself to high-profile media attention at The Globe and Mail’s editorial board. And he still managed to comment on a myriad of environmental issues confronting Canadians.
We instantly recalled an appropriate song from the past to illustrate his travails: Stuck in The Middle With You by Stealers Wheel.
If nothing else, this eco-icon knows how to garner publicity. Like him or loathe him, Suzuki stands alone.
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