Resources and information

Deep South Challenge Newsletters

Further Information

On this page you will find information on and links to the other organisations doing valuable work around understanding and communicating climate change impacts for New Zealand.

Click here for more information.

 

Deep South Challenge Research and Business Plan

Drafted by the Interim Science Leadership Team with input from stakeholders and submitted to MBIE on 19 December 2014, this plan details the Deep South Challenge development, science scope, governance and other relevant information.

 

 

Challenge-wide Contestable Funding

The second contestable funding round has now closed.

 

Engagement Programme Funding

 

 

Communications and branding

There are a range of communications and branding resources available for use by our Challenge partners.

Click here to browse and download these materials.

 

Latest news and updates

New report highlights key research questions to help prepare for climate change

The Insurance, housing and climate adaptation report, commissioned by the Deep South National Science Challenge, highlights key research questions to help prepare coastal communities for climate change. 

The report is a collaboration between Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, Victoria University of Wellington and the Deep South Challenge and highlights issues New Zealand may face as it grapples with “increasingly severe risks” for coastal housing particularly sea level rise which is expected to exacerbate the frequency and impacts of flooding and storm surges. 

David Frame: Understanding climate risks makes us all less vulnerable

With the recent storms and floods ransacking parts of New Zealand, Professor David Frame put pen to paper to discuss floods, attribution and the power of citizen science to help us understand our climate and be more prepared.

Reaching a new generation: Jamie's World on Ice

In November last year our colleagues at Antarctica New Zealand took Kiwi YouTube and social media star Jamie Curry to Antarctica.