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Climate Change Chief Executives Board

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

Establishment, reporting and appropriation/s
Establishing Order in Council Public Service (Climate Change Chief Executives Board) Order 2022, 29 July 2022
Departments in the board’s remit Department of Conservation
Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment
Ministry for the Environment
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Ministry of Housing and Urban Development
Ministry for Primary Industries
Ministry of Social Development
Ministry of Transport
The Treasury
New Zealand Customs Service
Servicing department Ministry for the Environment
Reporting - strategic intentions Will complete their own strategic intentions.
Reporting - financial statements Will complete their own financial reporting or may apply for a waiver to report via the Ministry for the Environment.
Appropriation title Climate Change Chief Executives Board
Vote Environment
Appropriation Minister Minister of Climate Change
Type of appropriation Departmental output expense
End of year performance reporting Location to be confirmed.
Last updated: 
Monday, 21 November 2022