Open Zoom sessions

Watch videos of our online events exploring our latest advice and upcoming work.

About these videos

We regularly hold online sessions to share information about our latest advice to government, and to provide updates on our upcoming work. These sessions are held on Zoom, and are open for anyone to attend free of charge.

You can watch recordings of previous webinars below or on our YouTube channel.

Looking for something else? Explore our other videos, or learn more about our upcoming events.

Our advice on NZ ETS settings

August 2022

Climate Change Commissioner Catherine Leining, Chief Executive Jo Hendy and Principal Analysts Eva Murray and Matthew Smith hosted an open Zoom session on the our advice on unit limits and price control settings for the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme (NZ ETS).


Our advice on agricultural emissions

July 2022

To give you an opportunity to hear more about our agricultural emissions pricing advice we held an open Zoom with our Chair Dr Rod Carr and Chief Executive Jo Hendy. Listen to Rod and Jo as they talk through both pieces of advice and how they fit in with the decisions Government will need to make.


Our annual advice on NZ ETS settings

April 2022

Hear from our principal analysts about our work to deliver the first of what will be annual advice to the Government on the NZ ETS unit limits and price control settings. We will provide this advice to the Minister of Climate Change, who is required to update unit limit and price control settings every year. This is to help keep the NZ ETS aligned to emissions reduction targets and give market participants information they need.


Our upcoming advice on agricultural emissions

February 2022

Hear from our Principal Analysts leading this work for an open Zoom to find out more about the two pieces of advice on agricultural emissions we’re developing and how it will fit in with the decisions the Government will need to make by the end of 2022. This session is to explain our work programme and approach to the advice we’ve been tasked with delivering, rather than share any of the conclusions in our advice.