The Climate Change Chief Executives Board was established to:
- co-ordinate implementation of New Zealand’s emissions reduction plan, including implementation of cross-agency actions and strategies,
- monitor and report on overall progress towards achieving the emissions reduction plan, including sector sub-targets,
- provide advice to Ministers in relation to the emissions reduction plan, and
- undertake the existing functions of the Climate Change Chief Executives Board that was established by Cabinet.
Information about the board
|Establishing Order in Council
|Public Service (Climate Change Chief Executives Board) Order 2022, 29 July 2022
|Secretary for the Environment (Chair)
Secretary to the Treasury
Director-General of Conservation
Director-General of Primary Industries
Secretary for Business, Innovation and Employment
Secretary for Transport
Secretary for Internal Affairs
Chief Executive for National Emergency Management Agency
|Ministry for the Environment
|Reporting - strategic intentions
|The Board will complete their own strategic intentions.
|Reporting - financial statements
|The Ministry for the Environment will disclose the assets, liabilities, expenditure, and revenue in its Annual Report. Refer published Waiver granted by the Minister of Finance, dated 2 April 2023, for a three-year period - 2022/23, 2023/24 and 2024/25.
|Climate Change Chief Executives Board
|Minister of Climate Change
|Type of appropriation
|Departmental output expense
|End of year performance reporting for the appropriation
|Will be reported by the Ministry for the Environment in its Annual report.