The most recent UN climate change conference (COP-25) has just completed in its usual state of indecision and rancour. Meanwhile, the forests of Brazil and Australia, among others, are burning. The planet is in crisis mode. Effective policy responses are urgently needed – domestically and internationally.
How well do governments in New Zealand prepare for an uncertain future in the 21st century?
How effectively does Parliament scrutinise the country’s long-term governance?