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The result of the consultation is the Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Amendment Bill. Find out more 

This bill is now being considered by the Environment Select Committte. To make a submission go to Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Amendment Bill on the New Zealand Parliament Pāremata Aotearoa website. Submissions close on 16 July 2019.

More than 15,000 New Zealanders and organisations had their say on the Government’s proposed Zero Carbon Bill. 

Analysing the economic impacts of the transition to a low-emissions economy

It’s uncertain how the future will unfold and what the impacts of the Zero Carbon Bill and a new 2050 emissions reduction target will be on the economy and society at large.

The Ministry for the Environment has compiled a synthesis technical report, which consolidates a range of detailed studies and modelling to help us look at the impact of the transition to low emissions and climate resilience in New Zealand. While these studies can help us look ahead each has strengths and weaknesses and the farther we look out, the less certain future impacts become.

Together, the following reports will support understanding and discussion of the Zero Carbon Bill proposals.

Reports

Many New Zealand organisations are taking action on climate change.

They include businesses in sectors you might expect such as waste, energy, farming and retail to more niche operations including a museum and zoo.

Find out about some of the initiatives that are happening.

Read some of our stories