Some environmental and Indigenous organizations say an Arctic heavy fuel oil ban doesn’t go far enough. Others worry about the economic impact on remote areas.
De Beers is asking regulators for permission to reroute a section of the ice road to its Gahcho Kué diamond mine. It would cut 52 km from each round trip.
The NWT government warned residents to take care on the land as high water levels continue into the winter, which could change the way freeze-up takes place.
Fort Chipewyan now has what is said to be the largest solar farm in any remote Canadian community. It'll help to supply a quarter of the community's energy.
Rabbit snaring, traditional medicine, literacy camps and canoe trips are among projects funded by the NWT's On The Land Collaborative this year.
Government-devised caribou harvesting limits in the Sahtu are to be replaced by community-led and “culturally appropriate” conservation plans.
Researchers are using northern trees to precisely trace levels of emissions. In Mackenzie Delta tree rings, you can find a history of the industrial revolution.
"We're setting up a meeting right now with Biden." Donald Trump's defeat is a victory for the Gwich'in in their fight to protect the Porcupine caribou herd.
New research chairs in climate change, environmental management, and health are being established at Aurora College ahead of its transition into a university.
A new podcast will give Dehcho Dene a platform to talk about climate change, while providing a means for researchers to share their results with communities.
Two years ago, Fort Smith received $155,000 in federal climate change funds to complete a slope stabilization study. That study is still unfinished.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources told Dehcho residents to stop feeding wildlife, noting “several reports” of people feeding foxes.