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Iwi and councils team up to tackle coast erosion

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Three Hawkes Bay councils are working with iwi to identify and address coastal hazards.

Hawke’s Bay Regional Councillor Peter Beaven says the Clifton to Tangoio Coastal Hazards Strategy 2120 is a regional response to climate change and sea level rise.

The Coastal Hazards Joint Committee met this week to discuss how best to fund recommended solutions such as groynes, shingle renourishment and sea walls so they will be affordable to communities and the costs fairly allocated according to who benefits.

There could also be contributory fund to cover the public good elements of future coastal hazard solutions.

For more information, go to: hbcoast.co.nz.

 

 

 

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