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Learn more about climate change and the reasons for addressing its impacts.
Climate Change news releases from the Government of Saskatchewan can be found in this section.
The Climate Resilience Measurement Framework includes 25 indicators in five key areas, to measure progress in the face of a changing global climate.
All emitters subject to The Management and Reduction of Greenhouse Gases (Standards and Compliance) Regulations are required to register their regulated facilities with the Ministry of Environment.
Learn how Saskatchewan’s sectors, ministries, agencies and Crown corporations are reducing greenhouse gas emissions, sequestering carbon and protecting the environment.
Find out how you can reduce your individual greenhouse gas emissions at home and on the road.
Several pieces of legislation and regulations contribute to the commitments in Saskatchewan’s climate change strategy.
The net metering program provides SaskPower customers with the opportunity to generate electricity using an eligible energy resource, to offset their own power use and receive a rebate.
Saskatchewan’s comprehensive climate change strategy is designed to make Saskatchewan more resilient to the climatic, economic and policy impacts of climate change.
Read about the many milestones achieved as government moves from climate change strategy to action.
Learn more about Saskatchewan’s greenhouse gas emissions and sources.
Read about Indigenous interests and values, and how climate change impacts First Nations and Métis communities.
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