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David Suzuki’s 6 coolest Instagram pics

Environmentalist to deliver keynote at the Concordia-student-run Business Beyond Tomorrow Conference
February 13, 2014

Renowned scientist, environmentalist and broadcaster David Suzuki is delivering the keynote lecture at next month’s Business Beyond Tomorrow Conference at Place des Arts.

Co-organized by the John Molson Sustainable Business Group and the Concordia Student Union, the day-long conference on March 8 brings together students, corporate leaders and environmental advocates to discuss social, economic and ecological sustainability. Tickets go on sale today.

In anticipation of the event, we picked out six awesome pics from the David Suzuki Foundation’s Instagram feed @davidsuzukifdn.
 

David Suzuki’s 6 coolest Instagram pics


1. At the lab, back in the day

David Suzuki Foundation instagram photo - back in the lab


2. An important life lesson from the man himself

David Suzuki Foundation instagram photo - life lesson


3. Got caribou? Yes! According to this post, Canada is home to half the world’s population

David Suzuki Foundation instagram photo - Got caribou


4. A misty lake, plus deep thoughts (when you click through)

David Suzuki Foundation instagram photo - misty lake


5. Your average Canadian sunset. Or is it?

David Suzuki Foundation instagram photo


6. Suzuki in messaniac mode

David Suzuki Foundation instagram photo

Nominate Concordia’s sustainability champions now. And watch Suzuki speak at Concordia in 1976.

Want to share your cool Instagram pics? Post them with the #CUconnect hashtag and follow @ConcordiaUniversity.


Tickets to Business Beyond Tomorrow Conference will be on sale on Thursday, February 13, 2014 and Friday, February 14, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at three different locations:

  • John Molson School of Business, MB 4.106 (4th floor)
  • Hall Building, H-711 (7th floor)
  • Loyola Campus, CSU Reception, Student Centre Building (SC)

They will also be sold after the reading week (February 17-21).

 



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