Camping & RVs
Protected Area Planning
Territorial Parks & Protected Areas
- Agay Mene (Park in progress)
- Asi Keyi (Park in progress)
- Big Island
- Coal River Springs
- Devil's Elbow
- Herschel Island - Qikiqtaruk
- Horseshoe Slough
- Kusawa (Park in progress)
- Lhutsaw Wetlands
- Ni'iinlii Njik (Fishing Branch)
- Old Crow Flats (Van Tat K'atr'anahtii)
- Ta'Tla Mun
- Ts'alwnjik Chu (Nordenskiold) Wetland
Hunting in Yukon
Fishing in Yukon
Trapping in Yukon
- Trapping Regulation Highlights
- Humane Trapping Standards
- Trapper Education
- Development Concession - CAPS
- Yukon Trapper Profiles
Hunter & Trapper Education & Resources
- Wildlife Viewing Program
- Wildlife Viewing Events
- Viewing Tips & Etiquette
- Best Viewing Sites
- Through the Seasons
- Bird Watching
- Swan Haven
- Celebration of Swans
- Southern Lakes Bear Study
- Winter Ticks
- Wildlife Diseases & Contaminants
- Wildlife Management Modelling
- Climate Change
- Climate Change Action Plan
- Impacts of Climate Change
- Climate Change Adaptation
- Water & Climate Change
- Yukon Government Initiatives
Air & Water
Waste & Chemicals
Clean Northern Living
- Household Hazardous Waste
- Spill Reporting
- Help Stop Invasive Species
- Turn in Poachers & Polluters
- Warming Up Your Vehicle
- Wood Burning Tips
- Environment Fair 2013
- Draft Yukon Water Strategy
- Animal Health Act Review
- Volunteer Opportunities in Yukon Parks
- How You Can Help Wildlife Studies
- Environmental Awareness Fund
- Joining Boards & Councils
- Community Organizations
- BIGFOOT/littlefoot Game
- Environmental Monitoring Programs for Students
- Resource Guides for Teachers
- Backyard Biodiversity
- Resource Staff at Environment Yukon
- Environment Education Links
About the Department
Maps & GIS Data
Climate Change Resources and Initiatives
The Government of Yukon already has many actions underway which help us adapt to climate change impacts or reduce our greenhouse gas emissions.
Ultimately it will be the collective action of Yukoners that determines whether or not we will successfully adapt to climate change in the North.
Climate Change Action Plan Progress Report 1.4 MB (2012)
This report details progress made on the Yukon government’s 33 priority climate change actions and on actions that have developed over the last three years.
The State of the Environment Report provides information on climate change, air, water, land, and fish and wildlife and uses indicators to track and interpret change.
|Pan-Territorial Adaptation Strategy 2011
Communicates the adaptation priorities of the three Territories to the general public and to national and international partners. It will guide actions and approaches to adaptation in Yukon and across the North.
Climate Change Strategy (2006) 3.2 MB
Sets out the government's role and key goals for its response to climate change.
A summary of all Yukon government actions in response to climate change during the period 2006 to 2007.
|The Climate Change Action Plan (2009)
Sets out how the Yukon government gives practical effect to the Climate Change Strategy. It shows how actions already underway as well as new or enhanced actions will help advance government priorities.
The Northern Climate ExChange provides a credible independent source of information, develops shared understanding and promotes action on climate change in northern Canada.
The Energy Solutions Centre programs promote an increase in
energy efficiency in Yukon homes and businesses and an increased understanding,
use and development of Yukon's renewable energy resources.
The Government of Yukon’s leader in providing information on healthy, energy efficient designs and products for houses.
The Energy Strategy for Yukon
Details a long-term vision for the responsible development of energy resources for the benefit of Yukon's people, businesses and the environment.
The Energy Strategy, December 2010 Progress Report provides the status of the priority actions.
Contact The Climate Change Secretariat
Government of Yukon
Box 2703 (V-205)