New Zealand Climate Change Centre
The New Zealand Climate Change Centre (NZCCC) is a joint initiative by New Zealand’s Crown Research Institutes and three universities (Massey University, the University of Canterbury, and Victoria University of Wellington).
"To enhance the capacity of New Zealand, both domestically and in partnership with other countries, to anticipate, mitigate, and adapt to climate change."
"Collaboration to develop, communicate, and apply science-based solutions to climate change-related issues."
Here you will find:
- information about climate change
- NZCCC activities & outputs
- current research being carried out by NZCCC member organisations
- a searchable database linking you to active climate change researchers and research
- information about climate change-related events going on around New Zealand.
Co-edited by Professor Bruce Glavovic of Massey University, this publication includes a series of chapters which will be of interest to anyone looking to learn from natural hazards planning experience to adapt to climate change:
On Wednesday 30 April 2014 a Stakeholder Workshop was held at the Royal Society of New Zealand, Wellington.
The New Zealand Climate Change Centre has produced a summary which documents the key New Zealand-relevant findings based on the IPCC's Fifth Assessment Report, Working Group II, 'Australasia' chapter.
Written with a general audience in mind, the intent of the summary is to take the reader through the key findings from the Australasia chapter (and beyond) in a brief, robust, but highly accessible manner.
The summary includes sections on: