Programs and Services
The NWT State of the Environment (NWT SOE Report) provides information on topics relevant to the environment.
Information about description, distribution, habitat and diseases of the polar bear in the Northwest Territories.
Information about policies enacted by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
Information on the preliminary screening process in the Mackenzie Valley.
Be ready for wildfire with FireSmart tips to reduce your risk of wildfire damage.
Information on preventing and managing spills of harmful substances in the NWT.
Information on all candidate and established protected areas under the Protected Areas Act.
Information about description, distribution, habitat and diseases of the red fox in the Northwest Territories.
Fill out these forms to register as a hazardous waste generator or carrier in the NWT.
Register your used oil burner and apply to incinerate waste fuel.
Information on how to register your property to help protect it from wildfire.
Information on how to report a spill in the NWT.
Information on research in the NWT, including how to conduct research and share data.
Important information for making your wildlife encounters safe and respectful.
Information about small mammals and hare cycles, surveys, protocols, agencies involved and how you can get involved.
Information about species at risk in Canada, our responsibility, the federal and territorial Species at Risk acts and stewardship.
Full-service analytical laboratory that performs a wide range of organic and inorganic chemical analyses on water and soil.
Information on the Take a Family on the Land Program offered by the GNWT.