Information and activities on different NWT species at risk, including a bat, bird, bumble bee, and two amphibians. These education resources range in grade level from grade 1 to grade 9.
A web-based education opportunity for NWT residents looking to gain knowledge, skills, and resources to help face the climate crisis. This resource consists of six, 90 minute webinar recordings.
A series of plain-language, illustrated booklets that teach about small-scale agriculture in the NWT. From Raising Chickens to Composting!
Plain-language, fully illustrated infrastructure guides created to help northerners adapt to the changing climate. Available in English, French, and Inuktitut.
Born out of the devastating 2014 NWT wildfire season, this project involved a research study and short film, both looking into the health effects of the fire season.
The how-to checklist to running a sustainable, zero-waste, bottled water-free, energy conscious event in Yellowknife.
A resource developed for camp managers to explore the options, benefits, and barriers to composting at remote worksites in Northern Canada.
This book is based on the highly successful Growing Together at Weledeh program, and is intended to help schools start up their own, similar programs.
A 38 minute instructional film, intended to help NWT communities deal with stockpiles of hazardous waste and develop a community hazardous waste management plan.
Ecology North launched a study into the amount of bottled water consumed in the NWT in 2014-2015. The research methods, approach, and results are reported in this background document.