Resources and information

2017 Research Book: Changing with our Climate

Our Research Book tells the story of our research in vibrant, accessible language and imagery. Download a copy here:

Deep South Challenge Newsletters

Further Information

On this page you will find information on and links to the other organisations doing valuable work around understanding and communicating climate change impacts for New Zealand.

Click here for more information.

 

Deep South Challenge Research and Business Plan

Drafted by the Interim Science Leadership Team with input from stakeholders and submitted to MBIE on 19 December 2014, this plan details the Deep South Challenge development, science scope, governance and other relevant information.

 

 

Engagement Programme Funding

The Engagement Programme has funding available for engagement activities that will enable New Zelanders to make informed decisions in regards to climate change impacts. There is a simple process and form to complete, but in the first instance please contact the following contacts to discuss your idea:

For public activities please email Alex Keeble, Senior Communications Advisor

For private or public sector activities please email Susan Livengood, Partnerships Director

 

Communications and branding

There are a range of communications and branding resources available for use by our Challenge partners.

Click here to browse and download these materials.

 

Latest news and updates

Deep South Challenge tackles crucial task of understanding and adapting to climate change

On Monday 4 September, Minister for Science and Innovation Paul Goldsmith will open the inaugural Deep South Challenge symposium at the Wharewaka (Wellington waterfront), about how New Zealand can and must change in line with our changing climate.

Climate Change and Mātauranga Māori

Seven kaupapa Māori climate change projects – a first for New Zealand climate research – to be celebrated at inaugural Deep South Challenge symposium

Climate Change Engagement in Aotearoa New Zealand

A new report released by the Deep South Challenge this month recommends increasing the availability of plain-language resources about climate change in both English and te reo Māori, framing scientific information for application to practical decision making, and increasing access to climate change conversations for a wider array of end-users.