Stepping stones to paris and beyond

by Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment

In 2008 the UK House of Commons voted overwhelmingly in support of a new climate change law. Some have suggested that New Zealand should follow the UK example.

Climate change implications for New Zealand

by Royal Society Te Apārangi

This report presents six key risks that New Zealand faces from climate change: coastal margins, flooding, freshwater, oceans, ecosystems and global responses.

Transition to a low-carbon economy for New Zealand

by Royal Society Te Apārangi

All New Zealanders need to understand the threats, accept we need to act, realise there are trade-offs to be made, and become personally involved in mitigation.

Climate Change Response Act 2002

by New Zealand Government

The purpose of this Act is to enable New Zealand to meet its international obligations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

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