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Force of Nature: A Virtual Discussion with David Suzuki
 

"There is no environment out there and we are here. We are the environment." David Suzuki

Back by popular demand, you can once again join David Suzuki, live, in your classroom as he talks about his experiences and vision for the future of our planet.        

The National Film Board of Canada and the David Suzuki Foundation are pleased to present the David Suzuki Virtual Classroom. Last fall, nearly 200 schools and as many as 15,000 students took part in this amazing opportunity to connect students from across Canada with the famous environmentalist.  Don't miss the chance to interact live and in real time, in your classroom via the web.

Join the conversation!
To participate, simply purchase a copy of Force of Nature: The David Suzuki Movie  and register. Next, have students prepare questions related to the film for Dr. Suzuki and submit them before October 26, 2012 to virtualclassroom@nfb.ca
. Several students from across Canada will be selected to ask the David Suzuki questions via live video feed.

Event Dates:Tuesday November 13th and Wednesday November 14th at 1:00pm EST.
For students in grades 9 and up.
Space is limited for this event and registration ends October 19 .

Register now!

About the David Suzuki Foundation
The David Suzuki Foundation is one of Canada’s most trusted and influential environmental organizations. The Foundation works with governments, businesses and individuals to conserve our environment by providing science-based education, advocacy and policy work. 

About the NFB
The National Film Board of Canada creates groundbreaking interactive works, social-issue documentaries and auteur animation. The NFB's award-winning content can be seen at NFB.ca and on apps for smartphones, tablets and connected TV. Canada's public producer and distributor since 1939, the NFB has created over 13,000 productions and won over 5,000 awards, including 6 Webbys, 12 Oscars and more than 90 Genies.

Send your feedback to virtualclassroom@nfb.ca . The NFB respects the confidentiality of the information you submit. We never share information with third parties. To find out more, consult our confidentiality policy.      

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