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The global water cycle has become more intense, and that makes New Zealand's wet regions wetter, and dry ones drier

By James Renwick, Professor, Physical Geography (climate science), Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington
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New Zealand’s climate has been changing in line with global trends over the last century, warming by 1.1℃. But unless we curb emissions fast, we can brace for more extreme downpours and droughts.

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