In November 2018, the Government of the Northwest Territories published their action plan for climate change titled the 2030 NWT Climate Change Strategic Framework Draft Action Plan 2019-2023 and accepted comments through November 30, 2018. Given the fact that the Northwest Territories are seeing the impact of climate change around them and could be leading the way, both the NWT Chapter of the Council of Canadians and Alternatives North demanded that the NWT government adopt a far bolder approach. Read the Alternatives North policy paper intended to guide NWT climate change policy and work with them to ensure that the NWT government leads Canada towards a bolder policy to combat climate change.
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