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Get answers at the Climathon

Monday 15 Jun 15 12:00pm

Anyone working on climate change problems they want to brainstorm should be at this weekend’s Climathon in Wellington.

Wellington is the only New Zealand city taking part in the international event designed to focus cities on what they can do about climate change.

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