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This is how New Zealand is planning to tackle rising sea levels

Rising sea levels are a big risk for New Zealand. Image: Unsplash/Raquel Moss

Victoria Masterson
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NASA’s interactive map enables users to visualize the latest projection data of the rising sea levels.
NASA’s interactive map enables users to visualize the latest projection data of the rising sea levels. Image: NASA / IPCC

Infographic of the risk of rising sea levels in New Zealand.
One in seven people in New Zealand lives in flood-prone areas and the government has now published its first draft national plan to tackle the rising sea levels. Image: New Zealand Government


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