* 1. Which Rūnanga do you affiliate to?

* 2. Of the Rūnanga you affiliate to, which are you most heavily engaged with?

For this survey you will be asked questions relating to climate change, some of which specifically relate to your Rūnanga. Please respond to those questions in relation to the Rūnanga you are most heavily engaged with.

* 3. How well informed do you believe you are on the effects of climate change?

* 4. What climate change related pressures do you think will affect the rohe of your Rūnanga? (you can choose more than one)

* 5. What sources of information have helped you understand climate change? (you can choose more than one)

* 6. Have you noticed any of the following changes in the environment? (you can choose more than one)

* 7. Are you aware if your Rūnanga has adopted any specific climate change policies or objectives?

* 8. If you answered yes to the previous question, what has been put in place?

Within climate change literature it is widely recognised that there are two approaches to dealing with climate change. The first is implementing policy that adapts to the effects of climate change and the second is implementing plans to reduce the effects of climate change. While the following two questions look similar they do represent the subtlety of each approach.

* 9. Within the rohe of your Rūnanga are you aware of any plans that have been put in place to reduce the effects of climate change? (you can choose more than one)

* 10. Within the rohe of your Rūnanga are you aware of any of any plans aimed at adapting to the effects of climate change? (you can choose more than one)

* 11. In regard to the previous two questions, who is implementing those plans? (you can choose more than one)

* 12. What approach would you prefer to see adopted in regard to climate change? (please rank your answer)

* 13. In regard to the previous question is there another approach you would prefer to see adopted?

* 14. Do you have any other comments?

Thank you very much for contributing to this survey. As previously mentioned, following this survey we will be visiting each Papatipu Rūnanga to get more of your feedback.

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