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The lessons we all need to learn to deal with climate disasters [Video]

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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern visits Nelson to meet residents affected by the August floods and land slips. First published August 22.

Bruce Glavovic is a professor in the School of People, Environment and Planning at Massey University. He has extensive experience and expertise in natural hazards planning, including from climate change.

OPINION: Flooding ravages communities.

Climate change is causing more intense and frequent extreme events in many parts of the world – often concentrated along rivers and the seashore.

In Aotearoa, this reality has again been laid bare, most recently along parts of the West Coast and upper South Island. Future prospects are bleak for those living in exposed locations around the country.

READ MORE: * Insurer IAG calls for an end to building homes in flood zones * Familiar reforms part of new Government plan to adapt to a hotter world * At-risk communities won’t survive unless central government helps to fund …

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