With our research partner TRA, we’ve surveyed business decision makers on their organisations’ attitudes and actions around climate change and energy use over the last four years. We’ve taken a deep dive into the impact business sector, size, and region have on their willingness and ability to tackle climate change.
Many Kiwi organisations see hurdles, not opportunities, when it comes to climate action, despite knowing sustainability is good for business. If we’re going to meet our targets, businesses need to be on the journey, so it’s important to understand where they are now.
While business decision makers generally believe in climate change, and believe their business could make a difference, not many are taking action.
A look at business trends over time
|Exploring how New Zealand businesses relate to climate change and energy use
|Wednesday 12 July 2023
|Karin Gucina, partner, TRA
|Jo Bye, Group Manager Marketing & Communications, EECA
- how attitudes and beliefs have developed over the last four years;
- how business size makes a difference;
- which sectors and regions are leading the way; and
- how belief and action aren’t always aligned.
There will be an Insights page up shortly that will include the presentation slide deck, the data set, and the webinar recording embedded into the page.