Landscape redevelopment plans for Avarua, the main town on Rarotonga in the Cook Islands, and the island of Aitutaki, have won international landscape architecture awards.
One award is for the plans' response to the climate crisis, the other recognised the aim of managing the quality of the environment and the livelihood of the residents on Aitutaki.
The New Zealand company Reset Urban Design developed plans that specifically address climate change, for the Cook Islands Investment Corporation.
The International Federation of Landscape Architects praised the plans for Rarotonga for their climate change mitigation and involvement of the communities.
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