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Who moves and who pays? Managed retreat is hard, but lessons from the past can guide us

In this op-ed from The Conversation, Raven Cretney, Iain White and Christina Hanna of the University of Waikato share their latest research on managed retreat.

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Q&A: Cyclone Gabrielle’s biggest climate lessons for NZ

Jamie Morton of NZ Herald speaks to three of our key research leaders about lessons from recent extreme weather events in the North Island.

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Explained: What is ‘managed retreat’ and how may it be used in NZ?

Dr Christina Hanna talked to Herald science reporter Jamie Morton about the inevitability of moving our most vulnerable communities out of harm's way.

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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…

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Transformed: Cyclone Gabrielle’s devastation viewed from space

Associate Professor Murray Ford of the University of Auckland shares the changes seen pre- and post-Cyclone Gabrielle as his team maps Aotearoa's changing shoreline.

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Floods are inevitable. Flood disasters are not

Challenge Director Richard Smith discusses how the many previous decisions we make as a society determine whether a natural hazard event turns into a disaster.

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Better resilience to weather with impact-based warnings

Build Magazine article explaining impact-based weather warnings and how their incorporation of community exposure and vulnerability make severe weather warnings more useful for decision-making.

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Coastal risks can be reduced now

In Build Magazine, Sylvia Allan, Larissa Clarke and Dr Judy Lawrence discuss the barriers and opportunities to enable adaptation to coastal flooding and erosion.

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