Contributed by: Emmeline Rushbrook, Allison Arthur-Young, Hannah Bain and Patrick Senior
Published on: November 26, 2020
2021 will be a critical year for the development of climate change policy in New Zealand. The Government has set itself a busy agenda following the enactment of the Zero Carbon Act. In particular, businesses should prepare to engage quickly with the Climate Change Commission's draft package of advice in the first quarter.
Use the link below to access our summary report which outlines the key developments expected in the climate change policy space next year and beyond.
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