Have Your Say! Draft Climate Change Strategic Framework
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The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) has released a Draft Climate Change Strategic Framework for public comment. Le document contient la traduction française du sommaire.
The draft Framework lays out the GNWT’s comprehensive and coordinated response to climate change. It outlines the GNWT’s long-term approach to developing a strong, healthy economy that is less dependent on fossil fuels; increasing our understanding of the impacts of climate change; and improving our ability to build resilience and adapt to a changing climate.
The GNWT prepared a draft Framework based on input from public engagement received during 2016/17 regional meetings, an online survey and several written submissions.
The draft Framework has now been released for public review and the public is invited to comment until January 19, 2018. See below for more information on how you can provide feedback.
After the current round of engagement is completed, the draft Framework will then be tabled in the Legislative Assembly in the spring of 2018. An Action Plan to implement the Framework will be developed during 2018.
The Framework will be finalized based on comments received during this round of engagement with Indigenous governments, stakeholders and the public.
Click to download the Draft Climate Change Strategic Framework. After you have read it, give us your comments by:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Draft Climate Change Strategic Framework Feedback
GNWT – Environment and Natural Resources
PO Box 1320
Yellowknife, NT X1A 2L9
- Phone: 1-867-873-7654
The deadline to provide feedback is January 19, 2018.
Thank you for your interest in the future of climate change mitigation and adaptation in the NWT. We look forward to hearing from you!
The GNWT engaged with NWT residents, stakeholders and interested parties on the Climate Change Strategic Framework in 2016/17.
Engagement involved a series of regional invitational community workshops, public information sessions and written submissions.
Workshop Summary Reports