A screengrab of David Suzuki's video seeking donations to save Santa's home in the North Pole.
Credits: David Suzuki Foundation
David Suzuki wants to keep his Grinch feet ice cold in the snow -- and "save the North Pole."
As Canadians get ready for Christmas in Whoville, the environmental activist has launched a website threatening that Santa Claus will be evicted -- unless you send his foundation some cash.
"The North Pole, once a wintery wonderland, is no longer safe for Santa's Workshop," the website says. "Santa must relocate -- fast -- to make sure that all the nice boys and girls still have a Happy Holiday."
The word "Christmas" is nowhere to be found on the site.
"You can help by buying Santa the supplies he needs to land safely in a new home. Better yet, buy them as green gifts for friends and family to show you're thinking about them -- and the planet -- this holiday season."
If you buy something at the site, you won't actually get anything in the mail, not even a crumb too small for a mouse. The Reindeer Water Wings ($19.99 made from bio-based foam) and Magic Sleigh Pontoons ($99 made from 100% recycled Aluminum) are "symbolic gifts" that will earn you an e-card in your inbox.
The Abominable Snowman also appears on the North Pole site.