News & Events
An op-ed in the Yukon News from our energy analyst, Cody Reaume.
Abandoned Mines & Road Ecology: Dawson City Double Feature
Friday, June 28, 2019 at 5:30 PM – 8 PM
Downtown Hotel, Dawson, Yukon
We are deeply disappointed to see Yukon Energy deploying more thermal energy without comparable progress on renewable energy projects. We encourage everyone to have their say by filling out Yukon Energy’s survey.
What happens when a mine owner walks away? Find out in this informative presentation about the financial aspects of mine abandonment in the Yukon. YCS will be bringing this presentation to certain Yukon communities in the summer of 2019.
Calling all Yukon artists! Apply to Created at the Canyon by Monday June 3, 11:59 PM.
We're hiring a Trail Guide Coordinator (applications due April 7) and two Trail Guides (applications due May 5). Join our team!
Our Annual General Meeting is taking place Thursday March 28, 2019, at 5:30 pm, at the Alpine Bakery. Everyone is welcome to join us!
This official Sub-regional Land Use Planning meeting is being held Wednesday February 6, 6-8pm, at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre in Whitehorse.
Read a fully-referenced version of our January 16 Yukon News editorial about a recent decision by the Yukon Utilities Board to end all Yukon utility efforts to reduce energy consumption in the territory.
Yukon government is accepting comments until Dec. 17 on what its new Climate Change, Energy & Green Economy plan should look like. Read our recommendations and have your say!
Peel Watershed Land Use Plan - Next Steps
Roads & Wildlife Impacts: Tues. Oct. 16, 7-9pm (doors open 6:30pm), Beringia Centre, Whitehorse
A free talk about making roads safer for Yukon wildlife and people.
After 5 decades of hard work for the Yukon's land, water, and wildlife, we're celebrating with several events this fall!
From August 1-30, the Peel Watershed Portrait Exhibit will be showing at the Yukon Arts Centre.
The summer edition of Walk Softly is ready!