Ināia tonu nei : a low emissions future for Aotearoa : advice to the New Zealand Government on its first three emissions budgets and direction for its emissions reduction plan 2022 – 2025 / Climate Change Commission.
Contributor(s): New Zealand. Climate Change Commission.Material type: BookPublisher: Wellington : He Pou a Rangi -Climate Change Commission, 2021Description: 1 online resource (400 pages).ISBN: 9780473577995.Subject(s): CLIMATIC CHANGES | GOVERNMENT POLICIES | DECISIONS | NEW ZEALAND | EMISSIONS | ENERGY USE | GREENHOUSE GASES | GREENHOUSE GAS MITIGATION | CARBON DIOXIDE | METHANE | SCIENCE AND STATE | CROWN AGENCIESOnline resources: Climate Change Commission website | NIWA document server
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"31 May 2021."
Commisioners: Chair Dr Rod Carr, Deputy Chair Ms Lisa Tumahai, Dr Harry Clark, Dr Judy Lawrence, Ms Catherine Leining, Professor James Renwick, and Professor Nicola Shadbolt.
Chapter 1: Te Whakarākei Matua Executive summary -- Chapter 2: Ngā Kohinga Kōrero: mō ngā kōrero akiaki kōhukihuki Consultation and submissions: what we heard about our draft advice -- Chapter 3: He Pou a Rangi – Tōna Aronga Matua The role of the Climate Change Commission – Part one: Emissions budgets advice -- Chapter 4: Ngā taunakitanga me ngā tauira Evidence and models -- Chapter 5: Ngā tūtohunga mō ngā tahua tukunga hauwaro Recommended emissions budgets -- Chapter 6: Te pae tawhiti ki 2050 Long-term scenarios to 2050 -- Chapter 7: Te Tahua Tukunga Hauwaro – Te Porotutuki Demonstrating emissions budgets are achievable -- Chapter 8: Te Tahua Tukunga Hauwaro – Te Matatika, Te Urutika, Te Tautika Demonstrating emissions budgets can be fair, inclusive and equitable -- Chapter 9: Te Whāinga – Te Whakaheke Tukunga Hauwaro ki te 1.5°C Contributing to limiting warming to 1.5°C -- Chapter 10: Ngā Ture – Hei pouārahi i ngā whāinga tahua tukunga hauwaro me ngā paetutuki 2050 Rules for measuring progress towards emissions budgets and 2050 targets -- Part two: Emissions reduction plan advice -- Chapter 11: Te Kaupapa – Kia whakawhanake tohutohu tukanga Approach to developing advice on policy direction -- Chapter 12: Aronga Kaupapa – Kia whakawhirinaki mai ki te pae taurikura Policy direction to create an enabling environment for change -- Chapter 13: Aronga Kaupapa – Kia whakauru ki ngā rāngai tumatanui Policy direction that cuts across sectors -- Chapter 14: Aronga Kaupapa – Te Āheinga o Ngā Rori Policy direction for transport -- Chapter 15: Aronga Kaupapa – Ahungao, Ahumahi, Ahuwhare Policy direction for energy, industry and buildings -- Chapter 16: Aronga Kaupapa – Ngā Tukupara Policy direction for waste and fluorinated gases -- Chapter 17: Aronga Kaupapa – Ahuwhenua Policy direction for agriculture -- Chapter 18: Aronga Kaupapa – Ngā Ngahere me Ngā Repo Mauwaro Policy direction for forests and other carbon stocks -- Chapter 19: Aronga Kaupapa – Te Whakawhiti hei oranga mō te Iwi Māori Policy direction for an equitable transition for Iwi/Māori -- Chapter 20: Aronga Kaupapa – Te Matatika,Te Whakakotahi, Te Whakawhiti Ora Policy direction for a fair, inclusive and equitable transition -- Part three: Advice on requests from the Minister of Climate Change -- Chapter 21: Te ekenga 1.5°C me Te Ahungaroa o Aotearoa The global 1.5°C effort and Nationally Determined Contribution for Aotearoa -- Chapter 22: Ngā herenga matua kia tika ai te ekenga a Te Ahungaroa o Aotearoa Factors relevant to setting the level of the Nationally Determined Contribution -- Chapter 23: Ngā mahi whakaheke hauwaro-whakamahana Eventual reductions in biogenic methane -- Part four: Supporting information --Glossary of terms --Technical glossary -- He Mihi: Acknowledgements.
Independent advice to Government detailing ambitious, achievable and equitable paths Aotearoa can take to meet its climate targets -- Climate Change Commission website.