Environment Yukon

Take Our Survey

Tell us what you think about our website for a chance to win an annual Yukon campground permit ($50 value).*

It takes just over a minute to answer a few short questions. Your insight will help us make future improvements to the Environment Yukon website.

*If a non-Yukon resident winner is drawn, the prize will be four one-night campground permits ($48 value).

Take the Survey Close






Yukon government camprounds

Enjoy the great outdoors this summer! Government campgrounds are fully serviced until mid-September.

Yukon government campgrounds

Enjoy the great outdoors this summer! Government campgrounds are fully serviced until mid-September.

Wildlife viewing events

Get acquainted with Yukon's wildlife with FREE wildlife viewing events across the territory.

Climate change and Yukon

The rapid effect of climate change in the arctic threatens environmental and historic resources such as Herschel Island-Qikiqtaruk.

. . .

Latest News

Wade Istchenko, Tomoko Hagio, Rebecca World
June 26, 2015 This year, Environment Yukon received 3,470 Permit Hunt Authorization (PHA) applications — a record number of applicants. For the 2015 permit hunt draw results, click here.
June 17, 2015Read more... Environment Yukon Conservation Officers have "gone green" by switching to a forest green shirt. It will now be easier for the public to identify a CO from a distance by his or her uniform. The distinctive CO vehicle markings will not change.
June 17, 2015Read more... Tomoko Hagio of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources is the recipient of this year's award. Organized by the Climate Change Secretariat, the annual award is given to Yukon government employees who makes the effort to achieve a more environmentally sustainable workplace. Hagio was chosen for her personal efforts to advance the government's climate change goals. Minister of Environment, Wade Istchenko, presented the award at the Yukon government's Public Service Week barbecue on June 17. (YG News Release)
June 16, 2015Read more... The latest edition of the Yukon hunting regulations summary is now available on our website. Important changes for 2015-16 include: permit hunt for the Itsi mountain goat population; additional subzones added to reflect the Fortymile caribou range; removal of the no-hunting corridor and one-week hunting closure on the Dempster. For information on all regulation changes and access to the PDF version of the summary, visit our Hunting Regulations page. Printed copies of the booklet will be available in July, with the French version available in August.
MINISTER'S MESSAGE
Hon. Wade Istchenko, Minister of Environment
Follow us
Follow us on facebook Follow us on twitter Follow us on youtube
Environment Yukon
eServices
Environment Yukon eServices
Arctic Adaptation
Exchange
Arctic Adaptation Exchange
yukonwater.ca
Yukon Water
Follow us
Follow us on facebook Follow us on twitter Follow us on youtube