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Ursula Cochran is an earthquake scientist and writer
Some thought the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes would be the end of Christchurch – they weren't. We'll get through Covid-19, too.
Whether it’s one year or, in the case of the formidable Alpine fault, 300, looking back to these events should motivate action on building resilience, writes Ursula Cochran of GNS.