This template has been provided to assist developers in preparing a basic Wildlife Management and Monitoring Plan (WMMP) that can outline how impacts to wildlife and wildlife habitat will be mitigated and monitored.
Arsenic occurs naturally in the Earth’s soil and water. Arsenic is also used to make products such as glass, paper, textiles, pesticides, and is also released into the environment through industrial activities, such as mining. This brochure will give you plenty of information on the legacy arsenic around Yellowknife.
Newsletter for the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) explaining how they conducts annual aerial surveys in areas occupied by mature spruce forests as a priority, mostly because of their significance as a preferred host for the most serious insect pest in the NWT.
The Forest Management Division (FMD) of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) is responsible for monitoring forest health conditions across the NWT to ensure the forest has the capacity for renewal after a wide range of disturbances, and is able to retain its ecological resiliency while meeting the current and future needs of NWT residents.
Movements of barren-ground caribou have been tracked by the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) since 1996 using satellite radio collars. Collars provide key information on caribou throughout the year.
Le Programme du savoir sera utilisé par les dirigeants gouvernementaux, les planificateurs, les décideurs politiques et les chercheurs pour réaliser les objectifs stratégiques du gouvernement et améliorer la qualité de l’information utilisée pour la prise de décisions aux TNO.
The NWT Environmental Audit checks to see how well our northern regulatory system is working to protect the environment. It can identi fy both successes and challenges. A key role of the Audit is to make recommendati ons that will improve how the environment is managed.