She founded ECO, a children's environmental organization, later hosted an environmental television series and promoted the Earth Charter, and was a keynoter at the UN Johannesburg 2002 summit, She has published numerous articles such as “The young can't wait” (Time Aug 2002) In Japan, she produced a book The Day You Will Change the World (with Gakuyo Shobo) and a documentary Spaceship Earth. Sev has completed a BSc in Biology at Yale and a Master’s degree in Ethnobotany at the University of Victoria, and is now a featured environmental speaker, as well as a hero to teenagers (e.g. in the blog Lifeprints).
Books: She wrote Tell the World (Toronto: Doubleday, 1993 ISBN: 0385254229), and appears in Bioneers: Revolution From the Heart of Nature (a 2005 CD), She Should Talk: conversations with exceptional young women about life, dreams & success by Erica Ehm (Toronto : HarperCollins, 1994, ISBN: 0006380557); Exceptional Women Environmentalists by Frances Rooney ( Toronto: Second Story, 2007, ISBN: 9781897187227) and Notes from Canada's Young Activists: A Generation Stands Up for Change (Vancouver: Greystone, 2007. ISBN: 9781553652373). Others of her videos and publications may be in your local library.
See her biography in Wikipedia, Top 20 under 20 (ca 2005), and Speakers Spotlight. A recent amateur video of her in London ON (part 1, part 2). Her 2006 article on Canadian rights and liberties. Bioneers CDs of other environmentalist speakers: podcasts and plenaries/mp3s.
Article de Sev Cullis-Suzuki sur les droits et libertés au Canada, 2006.