This page features our published Climate Solutions work, including adaptation plans for NWT communities, a series of posters about how climate change is affecting the north, and many written reports on a variety of climate change topics.
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.
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.
Two documents, published in 2016 and 2017, outline carbon pricing recommendations for the NWT. These were created to aid decision makers and inform the public on carbon pricing.
This report describes how climate change is affecting northern communities and describes a process for integrating these considerations into existing municipal planning processes.
A report investigating the feasibility of transforming waste oil from Yellowknife restaurants into biodiesel for use in heating buildings.
Multiple documents relating to adaption planning in Fort McPherson/Tetl'it Zheh. The plan highlights 40 recommended adaptations for the community.
Multiple documents relating to adaption planning in Tsiigetchic. The plan highlights 34 recommended adaptations for the community.
A protocol for assessing the vulnerability of northern water and wastewater systems to climate change, including assessments for the communities of Wekweètì, Déline, and Tsiigehtchic.
This series of posters highlights the main impacts of climate change on northern communities, including impacts on buildings, food security, transportation,drainage and flooding.