State of the environment reports provide updates on research and monitoring efforts for climate change, air, water, landscape and fish and wildlife in the territory.
The reports also:
- give early warning and analysis of potential environmental problems;
- chart the achievement of the objectives set out in the Environment Act;
- give baseline information for environmental planning, assessment and regulation; and
- help guide future decision making.
Under the Yukon’s Environment Act, the Minister of Environment must table:
- a full state of the environment report in the legislature every 3 years; and
- interim reports in the years in between.
2022 interim report
The Yukon state of the environment interim report 2022 includes information available at the end of the 2021 calendar year. Collecting and analyzing data can take a long time. Some data can take several years to be analyzed and become available.
- 2021 interim report
- 2020 report
- 2019 interim report
- 2018 interim report
- 2017 report
- 2016 interim report
- 2015 interim report
- 2014 report
- 2013 interim report
- 2012 interim report
Before 2012, reports were named by year of data collected, not year of publication.
- 2008 report (published 2011)
- 2007 interim report (published 2010)
- 2006 interim report (published 2009)
- 2005 report (published 2008)
- 2004 interim report (published 2007)
- 2003 interim report (published 2007)
- 2002 report (published 2005)
- 2001 interim report (published 2002)
- 2000 interim report (published 2000)
- 1999 report (published 2000)
- 1997 interim report (published 1998)
- 1995 report (published 1996, no electronic version available)