Tsiigehtchic plans to bring in an engineer later this year to provide advice on how to deal with erosion affecting its cemetery.
Housing NWT is developing a strategy to reduce the energy used – and emissions generated – by the units it owns. Residents are asked for their feedback.
A plan to change how land within Yellowknife's boundaries is managed – seen as a pilot for other communities – is taking longer than the city would like.
Young northerners are increasingly asked to join panels that offer politicians climate change advice. What is that achieving? Hear from some of those involved.
Indigenous governments throughout the Bathurst caribou’s range are pooling information and collaborating to form a plan to help the herd recover.
"Theoretically, almost everyone would be getting back what they've paid in." The NWT's finance minister defended proposed carbon tax changes to meet federal demands.
Struggling to understand if the NWT is hitting its climate change targets? You're not alone. Two experts said some GNWT reporting amounts to "gobbledygook."
A typo is to blame for an NWT diamond mine reporting a 12,000-litre diesel spill last month, staff involved say.
Some regular MLAs said they will oppose the NWT's latest carbon tax legislation, a move that would send the territory to the federal backstop by default.
The Northwest Territories has warmed more than any other jurisdiction in Canada, trends over the past 75 years show. Winters are 5C warmer than in the 1940s.
Owners of the NWT's Nechalacho rare earths mine are now sponsoring an electric vehicle used by a Yellowknife car-sharing group.
NWT homeowners now face a two-year wait to get a mandatory evaluation before claiming federal energy efficiency rebates. Efforts to hire more staff continue.