- AUTHORDr Judy Lawrence to co-chair new government expert panel
- November 22 2016
Dr Judy Lawrence to co-chair new government expert panel
Congratulations to Dr Judy Lawrence, who has been appointed co-chair of a specialised team to advise the Government on how New Zealand can adapt to climate change, announced by Hon Paula Bennett, Minister for Climate Change Issues.
Dr Lawrence is based at the New Zealand Climate Change Research Institute at Victoria University leads a new project within the Deep South National Science Challenge. The project aims to better understand the scale and scope of cascading climate change impacts and implications across New Zealand. In particular, how they interact, who is affected, where inter-dependencies and co-dependencies occur, and how far impacts and implications might extend across multiple sectors.
Press release: Climate change adaptation experts appointed
Project page: Dr Lawrence’s work in the Deep South Challenge
Tairawhiti Researchers say Emissions Reduction Plan is good news for vulnerable region
Recent weather events in Tairawhiti are at the forefront of Aotearoa New Zealand’s first emissions reduction plan released yesterday.
Submission to Te Ara Paerangi Future Pathways Green Paper (2022)
This submission is based on the Deep South Challenge: Changing with our Climate experience of funding and delivering expert climate modelling and adaptation research and science.