Policy matrix – climate change

This is a policy matrix. It provides an overview of the scope of policy and related action from the international level down to local level. For clarity, it only attempts to illustrate a sample of policy, including some initiatives. Ideally you will be able to have input and we will find better ways to do that. For now, you can leave a comment below.

   Climate advocacy Food and land use Food waste 
 International 13 Climate action

Sustainable Development Goal 13: Climate action

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UN Framework Convention o Climate Change (Paris Agreement)

 

15 Life in land

Sustainable Development Goal 15: Life on land

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Drawdown Project

 

2 Zero hunger

Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero hunger

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The Food Loss and Waste Accounting and Reporting Standard

 National Stepping stones to Paris and beyond: Climate change, progress, and predictability 

Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment.

 

Political party policies summarised here.

 

 

 

 

National Food Waste Prevention Project

 

 

 

 

 Northland Region NRC Climate Change page

 

 

 

 
 Far North District  Far North District Council Long Term Plan (2015 – 2025) (search for frequent climate change references).

 

Use of Climate, Soil, and Crop Information for Identifying Potential Land-Use Change in the Hokianga and Western Kaipara Region. FNDC and Te Tai Tokerau PHO initiatives (example)

 

 

 Whangarei District  Whangarei District Council Long Term Plan (2015 – 2025) pg 18 Food Rescue Northland – Kai Whakaora
 Kaipara District Integrated Kaipara Harbour  Management Group

 

 

 

Use of Climate, Soil, and Crop Information for Identifying Potential Land-Use Change in the Hokianga and Western Kaipara Region.
 Institution/ Organisation    Tāne’s Tree Trust  Whangarei Food for Life
 Family/ Individual Engage in conversations about climat change action.

Ask local politicians about where they stand.

Reduce lawn and increase food plants such as bananas.

Avoid having bare land.

 

 

Monitor the food waste you and your family produce.

Grow more of your own food.

 

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