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NZ cities urgently need to become 'spongier' – but system change will be expensive

By Alex Lo, Senior Lecturer in Climate Change, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington
Faith Chan, Associate Professor of Environmental Sciences, University of Nottingham
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Flood and cyclone damage shows why turning Auckland and other urban parts of New Zealand into ‘sponge cities’ is the right idea. But overseas experience from China and beyond shows it won’t be cheap.The Conversation

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