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ADAPTATION COMMONSENSE CLIMATE POLICY FOR NEW ZEALAND

Posted 5 April 2014

"Far better to accept the IPCC’s probabilities of climate change and its advice to think how to adapt to its impacts over the next century. The IPCC reports our region’s efforts to enhance adaptive capacity and adaptation processes have increased over the past five years, particularly in Australia. It argues, persuasively, that 'adaptation is place and context specific, with no single approach for reducing risks appropriate across all settings'."  Matthew Hooton, writing in New Zealand's National Business Review.

 

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