Where are we heading? A panel discussion on the draft national adaptation plan
Join Grace Hall, Huhana Smith and Lisa Ellis as they critically consider the draft national adaptation plan, what it is (and what it isn’t) and what it means for all of us.
What does climate adaptation look and feel like for Aotearoa? Preparing to adapt in the face of our changing climate is complex and urgent work that will impact all of us and our communities. We should all have a say about how we adapt, who foots the bill, and who makes the decisions. The Government has released its first draft of a national adaptation plan (NAP) to set the direction of climate change adaptation and how to manage the uncertainty that comes with it.
The draft NAP is currently open for consultation, with submissions closing on the third of June. This plan will become a touchstone policy document for communities across Aotearoa.