National Biodiversity Offsets Conference 2.0
In 2019 the EIANZ hosted the first national conference on biodiversity offsets.
The International Panel on Climate Change warns of the negative impacts of global temperature increasing 1.5° C above pre-industrial levels. Climate change poses dramatic and irreversible risks for human and natural systems, as well as on economic development. For many communities worldwide, its consequences are already a matter of life and death.
Wellbeing and sustainability are important considerations for policy-making in many countries, including New Zealand. But they have become more prominent in recent years, examples being the UN’s Agenda 2030 and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the adoption of a wellbeing approach by the New Zealand Treasury.