- Physical impacts and adaptation
- NZ greenhouse gas reports
- Doing our fair share
- Emissions trading
Many countries are taking action to combat climate change.
The world, through the United Nations, has recognised that we must take steps immediately to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions which cause global warming and climate change.
Key international fora and agreements are:
New Zealand is not alone in its efforts to reduce greenhouse gases. Several nations and many local authorities and businesses are defining and implementing strategies to dramatically reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. This initiative is called the Climate Neutral Network (CN Net).
As the world works on how best to tackle climate change beyond 2012, New Zealand is supporting all efforts to cut global emissions and continuing to influence the shape of international action so we can limit the impact here at home.
For more information see the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Last updated: 2 July 2009