In the next 20 years, New Zealand will face the greatest sea level rise in its history, and its coastlines will be exposed to more extreme weather events.
For those who live in remote areas, these changes will also have a devastating impact on their health.
A team of researchers is mapping the effects of climate changes and human activity on the country’s people, and they have found a way to help.
Key points: A new report predicts that the country will be at least 1 metre (3ft) higher by 2070, and the sea level will rise at least 50cm by 2100, and possibly more New Zealanders will be killed or seriously injured in the coming years The report is based on new data and research on a new dataset of more than 3,000 people living in the remote parts of New South Wales and Victoria.
It is based upon the most up-to-date information from the NSW Department of Primary Industries, which compiled the data for the report.
The data was compiled using data from the Climate Change Adaptation Framework (CCAF) and the NSW Bureau of Meteorology, which is responsible for monitoring New South Australia’s climate.
The CCAF is a voluntary project by organisations like the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) and Environment New South England (ENSEN) that are working with businesses to develop a national climate risk management plan.
This plan is being developed by the NSW government, which has been working to prepare for this scenario, and is the basis for the Climate Adaptation Policy Framework (CAPF), a plan the state government is currently using to set up a new National Climate Strategy.
The CAPF outlines how the government will adapt to the future and adapt to climate change.
The report looks at what climate change could mean for New Zealand’s coastline, the island of Tonga, and whether it is feasible to mitigate some of the impacts.
The first thing you need to understand is that climate change is happening now, and it is happening fast.
There are already impacts already happening on the coast of New York, like the flooding of the New York Harbor, and there are many more to come, according to the latest report.
It says the impact of climate-related events could be felt in the next 15 years and by 2100.
That is because sea levels will rise, the coastlines could be exposed and there will be more extreme storms and flooding events.
There is no set time frame for when this will happen, and experts say it is possible to anticipate the effects in a couple of decades, based on the new data that is being gathered.
What does this mean for us?
This report is a first step towards providing more accurate information for coastal residents to make better decisions about what to do.
It can help people with flood risks in their area to get more information about their options, and what the future holds.
If you live in the northern part of the country, for example, this could help you understand where to go for help.
If the coast was covered in ice, for instance, this information could help to prepare you for more extreme conditions.
For coastal residents in the north of the island, this may be a way of knowing when the ice is going to be gone.
The researchers say the information they are gathering will help the community prepare for the worst.
The next step is to develop an integrated approach to preparing for climate change impacts.
For the people who live and work in remote locations, the research could help them plan ahead to get off their land and into cities and towns, which will be safer and more secure for them.
The study is based in collaboration with the National Research Council, the National Oceanography Centre, the New Zealand Bureau of Statistics and the Department of Conservation.
This is a project of the University of New England, and was funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).