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.
Il s’agit de l’évaluati on de l’effi cacité du régime de réglementati on ténois pour la protecti on de l’environnement. La vérifi cati on environnementale permet de souligner tant les diffi cultés que les réussites de la démarche. L’une de ses principales foncti ons est de formuler des recommandations pour améliorer la gesti on de l’environnement.
One year since the release of the NWT Water Stewardship Strategy Action Plan 2016-2020, the comprehensive 2016/2017 NWT Water Stewardship Strategy Progress Review took place and assessed 52 Performance Indicators and 84 Action Items. This spreadsheet contains data for each Performance Indicator and Action Item that was assessed during the 2016/2017 review.
2017-2018 NWT Youth Water Stewardship Opportunities Calendar. During development of the Water Strategy, water partners emphasized the importance of involving young people in water stewardship. Youth are the future leaders of our territory. Opportunities for youth to learn about water stewardship and participate in water stewardship activities create informed leaders and decision-makers of tomorrow. This calendar lists opportunities for young people to explore water stewardship activities and programming in the NWT. Each month highlights different ways for youth to get involved! More detailed information about each program is available at the back of the calendar. For a print copy or high resolution file, please contact email@example.com .
NWT CIMP has created Pathway to Better Monitoring in Canada's North, a step-by-step guide to designing northern monitoring programs that encourage collaboration between science and traditional knowledge, and addresses community and decision-makers' needs.