Hahake foreshore structures may show way in fighting coastal erosion in the Pacific islands

     Tongan authorities claim the new foreshore structures launched in the Hahake area could provide a new approach for addressing the problem of coastal erosion caused by climate change. The two structures are known as sedi-tunnel groynes and detached-breakwaters. They have been used successfully in Europe and some parts of the United States. Manu Manuofetoa, the…


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