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Journal Articles (Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)
Items in this Collection
- 5New Zealand
- 3Carbon management
- 2Climate change policy
- 2Government organizations
- 1Carbon Neutral
- 1Carbon neutral
Mixed Methods Research: A comprehensive approach for study into the New Zealand voluntary carbon marketDownload
Climate change and solutions to solving this wicked problem require a mixed methods research approach that draws on quantitative and qualitative inquiry together. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate the applicability (and effectiveness) of a mixed methods approach applied to research...
Climate change has the potential to dramatically change the world as we know, both in terms of the environment and the way in which societies operate. Public policy responses to climate change continue to evolve, with many western economies proposing mechanisms for emission reductions, for...
Structural challenges that contributed to the decline of the Communities for Climate Protection programDownload
In 2004 New Zealand’s (NZ) Labour-led government launched the Communities for Climate Protection - NZ (CCP-NZ) programme. Following a shift in Government leadership in 2008, from Clark’s Labour-led to Key’s National-led government, the CCP-NZ programme was discontinued. Through the narratives of...
In 2009, New Zealand’s (NZ) new National-led government abandoned the Carbon Neutral Public Service (CNPS) program, a Labour-led government initiative intended to help Government achieve carbon neutrality within its core agencies. This short analysis article provides an overview and brief...
In 2008 New Zealand (NZ) changed from a Labour-led to a National-led Government, and this resulted in a shift to Government’s carbon emission mitigation strategy, including the abandonment of the Communities for Climate Protection and the Carbon Neutral Public Service programs. Using deLeon’s...