We assume David Suzuki doesn't read here...but you never know. (CBC/Kent Allberg)
I could never do science without realizing the limitations of what we learn after reading her book.
—David Suzuki, geneticist
David Suzuki is in Winnipeg to speak at the Manitoba Theatre Centre on Monday October 1. He'll be joined on stage by economist Jeff Rubin. The two award-winning, best-selling authors will discuss how to create a truly sustainable future.
SCENE asked David Suzuki what was on his reading pile:
I've got a bunch going right now. I just started Michael Sandel's What Money Can't Buy and Geraldine Brooks' Caleb's Crossing. At my cabin, I was almost through Keith Richard's autobiography and a book by a NY Times writer on the Obamas.
When I was in elementary school, we had to do book reports and I picked up a book called Animal Treasure by Ivan Terrance Sanderson who was the head of the St. Louis Zoo, I think. It had wonderful drawings of exotic animals and captured my imagination.