Air Emissions Permits and information
Information on the Yukon Air Emissions and Ozone Depleting Substances Regulations including: the laws, when a permit is required, permit application forms, general information and fact sheets.
Make your next trip into bear country safer for both you and the bears. Includes information on how to stay safe in bear country, bear awareness for kids, tips for home owners and tips for industrial camps in bear country.
Information on Yukon government campgrounds including: campground openings/closures, facilities, maps, rules, permit purchase & registration, backcountry camping in Tombstone Park & RV Dump Stations.
Information on the Climate Change Secretariat including: the Climate Change Action Plan; impacts of climate change; Yukon government initiatives; and the Climate Change Youth Forum.
Conservation Action Team (CAT)
A summer camp for Yukon students in Grades 6-9. Outdoor adventure, learning about the environment, and hands-on conservation work. Participants travel to different parts of the Yukon for 7-10 days.
Conservation Data Centre
The Yukon Conservation Data Centre gathers, maintains and distributes information on animals, plants and ecological communities at risk or of conservation concern in Yukon.
Conservation Officer Services
Turn-In- Poachers: 1-800-661-0525. Conservation Officers provide environmental education, environmental youth camps/projects, licenses for hunting, fishing and trapping, hunter and trapper education, resource management support and more.
Contaminated Sites Permits and Information
The Contaminated Site Regulation establishes cleanup standards, processes for identifying and investigating contaminated sites, and permits for managing contaminated material within Yukon.
Learning resources and guides offered by Environment Yukon.
Environment Yukon brochures
Brochures and guides on camping, wilderness travel, fishing, hunting, trapping, Yukon parks, wildlife and plants.
Environment Yukon maps
Online map collection including: administrative boundaries, campgrounds, wildlife ranges, ecoregions, traditional territories and watersheds,
Environment Yukon reports and plans
Reports and plans produced by Environment Yukon for Territorial Parks and Habitat Protection Areas, Wildlife Management, Ecosystems, Climate Change, and the State of the Environment
Environmental Awareness Fund
The $30,000 Environmental Awareness Fund enhances the efforts of groups and clubs to educate the public about the Yukon’s natural environment, promote conservation and biodiversity, and encourage sustainable use of fish, wildlife and their habitat.
First Nations Hunting and Fishing
Provides information on First Nation hunting and fishing rights and responsibililities. Rights vary depending on whether individuals are a beneficiary of a Yukon First Nation with a Final Agreement or not.
Fishing Licences and information
Information on fishing in the Yukon including: Fishing regulations, licences, salmon catch cards, First Nations fishing, Yukon fish species, mercury in Yukon fish, how to catch fish, where to fish, stocked lakes and fish farming lakes.
Fuel and Chemical Storage
When storage tanks leak, their contents can harm the environment and pose a threat to public health. Includes information on the Storage Tank Regulation, permit requirements and forms, keeping records, general information and fact sheets.
Household Hazardous Waste
Environment Yukon assists in the collection of household hazardous waste.
Hunter and Trapper Education and Resources
The Hunter & Trapper Education program provides educational outreach, including Hunter Education & Ethics and the Canadian Firearms Safety courses.
Hunting licences and information
Information on hunting in Yukon including hunting regulations, licences, information for non-residents, permit hunt info & draw results, First Nations hunting, buying, selling & exporting, harvest statistics, poachers, big game and hunting maps.
Invasive plants in Yukon
Photos and descriptions of invasive plants in Yukon.
The Parks Branch manages Yukon government campgrounds, territorial parks, and special management areas.
Species at Risk
Information on Yukon species that are endangered, threatened, of special concern or under review.
Species in Yukon
Information on Yukon animal species and biodiversity including: mammals, amphibians, bats, insects, birds, fish and plants, wildlife habitat and management, and invasive species.
Spills, unfortunately, do happen, and some spills need to be cleaned up right away. Spills must be reported to the Yukon Spill Report Centre, open 24 hours/day, at 867-667-7244.
Trapping licences, concessions and information
Information on trapping in Yukon including: trapping regulations; licences and concessions; humane trapping standards; guided trapping; season dates; area signs; education; development projects in trapping concessions.
Turn in Poachers / Polluters line
If you see a suspected violation or know of one, contact your local Conservation Officer Services office, or call 1-800-661-0525 as soon as possible.
By learning simple rules for running your vehicle, you'll help reduce the amount of smoke and pollutants going into the air we breathe. Your lungs, friends and wallet will thank you.
Find out about snow surveys, water quality, hydrology, water inspections, and water level conditions.
Information on traveling in the Yukon wilderness including: ATV’s and the environment; backcountry travel planning; leave no trace responsible use of wild lands; and wilderness tourism operators.
The Wildlife Viewing Program will help you find the best places, and give you tips about how to look, where to find out more information and what else is out there that you might not have noticed.
Wood Burning Tips
Burn the right wood the right way and it will save you time, money and will reduce the amount of harmful contaminants you might otherwise contribute to the air around your home.
Yukon Youth Conservation Corps (Y2C2)
A summer employment and training program for Yukon students (aged 16 and up), with an emphasis on environmental work and learning.