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Written by Julie King, Ministry for the Environment   
Sunday, 05 July 2009

A guide for local government in New Zealand

Preparing for Coastal Change is a 30-page summary of the Ministry’s technical report Coastal Hazards and Climate Change – A Guidance Manual for Local Government in New Zealand (2nd ed) released in July 2008.

It highlights the impacts that climate change is expected to have on coastal hazards. It details the climate change impacts that are expected not only through sea-level rise but also through storm surge, wind and waves. The publication also discusses a risk management framework in which to consider the consequences of these hazards.

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