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Not 'if', but 'when': city planners need to design for flooding. These examples show the way

By Elizabeth Mossop, Dean of Design, Architecture and Building, University of Technology Sydney
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It's not enough to continue to build cities and towns based on business-as-usual planning principles. We need to plan and design our urban spaces around the idea that flooding is inevitable.

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