Together, we can tackle climate change in a way that is fair and inclusive

Aotearoa New Zealand is working to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. This will create opportunities, such as clean jobs and warm, energy efficient homes. It will also bring challenges, such as changes to what we do for work and how we travel. For more information about what the transition might look like, see Chapter 8 of the Climate Change Commission's independent analysis
About this survey
We are interested in your views about how actions to reduce emissions will affect you. We want to hear your concerns and your ideas to make sure the transition to a low emissions future is fair and inclusive.
The survey will take about ten minutes to complete. Your answers will help to shape the Equitable Transitions Strategy. If surveys are not your thing, face-to-face / kanohi ki te kanohi options will be available early next year.

About the Equitable Transitions Strategy
The Government is developing an Equitable Transitions Strategy to make sure that our move to a low emissions future is fair and inclusive. This means making sure opportunities work for everyone, supporting people through this period of change, and upholding Te Tiriti o Waitangi. A draft Strategy will be released in June 2023 and a final Strategy published by June 2024.

We need tangata whenua to help us lead the way

Many Māori are already doing the mahi to leave a legacy of clean air and earth for their mokopuna. To make sure this transition is tika, we invite tangata whenua to share their whakaaro about a transition that is fair and inclusive. You can do this survey from the perspective of your marae, hapū, iwi or another Māori community. A te reo Māori translation of this survey is available here.