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Open Zoom wānanga
Below you will find a list of our upcoming public Zoom sessions. If you can’t make it to a live event you can catch up later – all recordings will be available below.
Our electricity market modelling results
The pathway Aotearoa needs to take to reduce emissions will require dramatic expansion of renewable electricity generation. Do you want to know more about how the future electricity system might look and the market prices this future may hold?
Join our expert modelling team and consultants to hear more about the future electricity system that our pathway requires. In this open zoom we present the results from the electricity market modelling that forms part of our evidence and helped to form our advice.
When: 10-11am, Friday 26 February 2021
What our advice could mean for New Zealanders
Listen to our Principal Analyst, Karen Lavin, and Senior Analyst, Carly Soo, as they explain what our draft advice means for families, businesses and communities.
When: 12-1pm, Friday 26 February 2021
Our modelling results - C-PLAN and DIM-E
Join our expert team to learn more about the results from the C-PLAN and DIM-E models and how we’ve used them to shape our first package of advice to government.
When: 12-1pm, Tuesday 2 March 2021
We’ve been running some great online events on our mahi. If you missed out, you can watch the recordings below. If you're looking for more information on the thinking behind our advice, you can find it on the Sharing our thinking page.
Climate Change Commission open Zoom series - How our models work: C-Plan and DIM-E
23 February 2021
Join our expert team to learn more about how the C-PLAN and DIM-E models work and how we’ve used them to shape our first package of advice to government.
Climate Change Commission open Zoom series - Our path to 2035
19 February 2021
Listen to our expert team unpack our proposed path to deliver the first emissions budgets for Aotearoa.
Climate Change Commission open Zoom series - School Strike 4 Climate X Climate Change Commission
18 February 2021
Join School Strike for Climate and the Climate Change Commission as they talk about what Aotearoa needs to do to tackle climate change, how young people can get involved, and what the Commission’s advice means for the future of Aotearoa.
BusinessNZ and Climate Change Commission consultation events – an overview of our draft advice
17 February 2021
During February 2021 BusinessNZ and the Climate Change Commission collaborated on a series of events to share how the Commission have approached their first package of draft advice.
The Commission’s Chair Rod Carr, Chief Executive Jo Hendy and representatives from their technical teams presented on what the Commission’s advice could mean for Aotearoa – you can view the slides here.
Climate Change Commission open Zoom series - Getting to 1.5 degrees and the NDC
15 February 2021
Join Climate Change Commissioners Catherine Leining and Professor James Renwick along with Principal Analyst Matthew Smith as they provide an overview of our recommendations on the steps Aotearoa must take to limit warming and meet our international targets.
Climate Change Commission open Zoom series - The impacts of climate action: mitigation and adaptation
11 February 2021
Join Climate Change Commissioner Dr Judy Lawrence and analysts Karen Lavin and Sally Garden as they explore what our advice says about the role of mitigation and adaptation in climate change.
Climate Change Commission open Zoom series - Agriculture and forestry in the transition to low emissions
10 February 2021
Agriculture and forestry have a role to play in the transition to a low emissions Aotearoa.
Listen to Commissioners Dr Harry Clark and Professor Nicola Shadbolt talk through what our advice recommends in these areas.
Climate Change Commission open Zoom series - The role of ETS in our advice
2 February 2021
Our Commissioner Catherine Leining and Principal Analyst Eva Murray talk us through what our proposed emissions budgets mean for the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS).
Climate Change Commission open Zoom series - Intro to our advice
31 January 2021
Listen to our Chair Dr Rod Carr delve into the detail of the Commission’s advice on the steps Aotearoa must take to reach its climate targets and what this could mean for New Zealanders.
Open Zoom - Reducing emissions and perspectives from iwi/Māori
26 January 2021
Here we talk about our approach, how we applied the He Ara Waiora framework to understand wellbeing from a Te Ao Māori perspective, and key themes we heard throughout engagement with iwi/Māori.
Open Zoom - What climate action means for Aotearoa
21 January 2021
Hear our expert analysts talk through the potential benefits and impacts of climate action on individuals and groups across Aotearoa - and what could happen if we fail to act.
Open Zoom - Get to know our sectors
18 January 2021
Our advice to Government looks at a range of sectors – from transport to heat, industry and power; land to waste management – to see what we can do to drive climate action across Aotearoa’s economy.
Open Zoom series - The big decisions
11 December 2020
How quickly should Aotearoa act and what’s our role in the international effort to tackle climate change? Listen to Commission Chair Rod Carr talk through some of the big decisions we will have to make as a nation.
Open Zoom series - The Science and getting to 1.5˚C
9 December 2020
Listen to our expert panel talk through our approach to reducing greenhouse gases and meeting the international target of limiting global warming to 1.5˚C
Open Zoom series - Rangatahi for climate action
7 December 2020
Hear from some of our younger team members talk about the future they want for Aotearoa, and how they are working to make it happen.
Webinar – Our modelling
18 November 2020
If you are interested in how the Commission has been building the evidence to support our future advice, listen to our modelling expert Chris Holland talk through the detail.
Open Zoom series – Vision & pace of change
17 November 2020
Listen to our Chair Dr Rod Carr talk about the Commission’s vision for our future – and what it will take to get there.