3 Things I Wish I Knew 5 Years Ago about Flood Control



Ten years ago, most of us see flood control measures as an issue in public infrastructure projects. Five years after that, almost nothing has changed — people still see flood solution as a responsibility of the government.

While the said thought still holds a grain of truth in our present times, flood control is now becoming a personal matter. The reason behind this sudden paradigm shift is the increasing threat of climate change, which exempts no one from untoward incident.

man thinking about floodThe image shows a thinking man, while his background shows a heavily-flooded street.

With these thoughts in mind, let us recall three things we wish we knew five years ago about flood control. This list provides just a handful of realizations, so feel free to add more.
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Andreas Klippe

A Noob’s Guide to Flood Control (5 THINGS TO KNOW!)



A Noob’s Guide to Flood Control (5 THINGS TO KNOW!)

More and more people are recognizing the truth of climate change. As a result, various government agencies are frantically searching for solutions to climate change and its offshoots, which includes flooding.

flood control barriers, notebook with a check mark.

Before you rummage for tips from the Internet, allow us to make life easier for you. Listed below are top five indicators that a flood control program really works. If an idea is not on our list, it’s probably not a sign of a perfectly working flood control program.

flood control barriers, notebook with a check mark.A 5-POINT GUIDE FOR FLOOD CONTROL NOOBS. While everyone is in a panic solving the perennial problem of flooding, take a look on these five things that can help you survive.

More and more people are recognizing the truth of climate change. As a result, various government agencies are frantically searching for solutions to climate change and its offshoots, which includes flooding.

However, conventional measures like construction of dikes and canals are not always effective. Developing countries are still finding it hard to establish long-time and reliable solutions to flooding.

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Andreas Klippe

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