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Informed debate: We trust the science

September 2022

We base our assessment of the causes and impacts of climate change on the established peer-reviewed scientific literature, and the consensus of the world’s scientific community.

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Climate Change Commission to monitor progress on adaptation

August 2022

Building resilience to changing climate will mean we can better take care of our communities, homes, and livelihoods, He Pou a Rangi Chair Dr Rod Carr says.

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New advice on NZ ETS unit limits and price control settings

July 2022

Minister of Climate Change James Shaw today released the first advice from the Climate Change Commission on updating the NZ ETS unit limits and price control settings for the next five years.

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Farmers could be ready for 'basic' emissions pricing by 1 January 2025

July 2022

Agricultural emissions should be priced at the farm-level outside the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme, He Pou a Rangi Climate Change Commission Chair Dr Rod Carr says.

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To reduce emissions, farmers need a well-designed pricing policy

June 2022

Aotearoa New Zealand must reduce its agricultural emissions and this needs to be supported by a well-designed pricing policy, He Pou a Rangi Climate Change Commission Chair Rod Carr says.

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New funding will support our mahi

May 2022

He Pou a Rangi Climate Change Commission has received an additional $15 million over four years in this year’s Budget to support delivering our work programme.

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