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Home > Media > Māori cultural sites among most vulnerable to climate change, rising sea levels
Newshub | 27 March, 2023
Of nearly 800 marae situated across Aotearoa, 80% are built on low-lying coastal land or flood-prone rivers, but moving away is a tough proposition.