Suzuki Fund’s campaign is filled with climate change dogma, not facts. Canada’s economy will end up like that of North Korea or Chad, if the government takes their advice
Calgary, Alberta, Canada (PRWEB)
April 27, 2017
Friends of Science Society issued a new report on April 25, 2017 entitled “Due Diligence on Renewable Demands by David Suzuki Foundation,” that examines the claims of the Suzuki Fund charity which has been promoting a renewable energy campaign on their website. Friends of Science says that Suzuki Fund’s claims are partisan climate dogma, not in keeping with the ‘public benefit’ test of a Canadian charity, as defined by the Canada Revenue Agency.
The Suzuki Fund e-mail campaign, to key government ministers, calls for more stringent greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. As reported by the CBC on Feb. 08, 2014, the David Suzuki Foundation and several other charities, have previously been under audit by the Canada Revenue Agency for partisan political activities.
“Suzuki Fund’s campaign is filled with climate change dogma, not facts. Canada’s economy will end up like that of North Korea or Chad, if the government takes their advice,” says Michelle Stirling, Communications Manager for Friends of Science.
Considering their findings, vis a vis the Suzuki Fund campaign, Friends of Science Society are calling on the Canada Revenue Agency’s Charities Directorate to require environmental charities like the Suzuki Fund to provide factual supporting data and context for their public pronouncements, in accordance with policy guidelines on balance, facts and public benefit, as outlined on the CRA’s website
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