The Bitter Truth about Southeast Asian Floods | Part 2



In Part 1 of my blog, I showed the flooding situations across Southeast Asia in 2020. I also mentioned that as the flooding situations worsen, so are their negative impacts on the environment, the economy, and society as a whole.

Floods are a common sight in Southeast Asian countries. What could be the reasons, effects, and solutions to these floods?

Southeast Asian Flooding

In Part 1 of my blog, I showed the flooding situations across Southeast Asian countries in 2020. I also mentioned that as these floods worsen, so are their negative impacts on the environment, the economy, and society as a whole. 

As a continuation, we will answer the following questions that I posted in that preceding blog article:

  • What really are the causes of Southeast Asian floods? 
  • Why does it seem to worsen as time goes by?
  • What are the consequences of these floods?
  • Is there a solution for this? 

Continue reading “The Bitter Truth about Southeast Asian Floods | Part 2”

Andreas Klippe

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

The Bitter Truth about Southeast Asian Floods | Part 1



The year 2020 is a year of flooding.
When speaking about flooding, Southeast Asia is no stranger to it. In 2020, several typhoons, along with other systems, passed through, landed, and left the countries of the said Asian region.
Check the news briefs below to know more about the flooding situations that happened in Southeast Asia in the year 2020.

Southeast Asian countries experienced terrible floods in 2020. How did this affected the countries and the people?

The year 2020 is a year of flooding. Southeast Asian countries are no stranger to floods.

In 2020, several typhoons, along with other systems, passed through, landed, and left the countries of the said Asian region. 

Check the news briefs below to know more about the flooding situations that happened in Southeast Asia in the year 2020. 

Continue reading “The Bitter Truth about Southeast Asian Floods | Part 1”

Andreas Klippe

About author

Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

The Secret why Aluminum Barriers can Build a Flood-free home



Try to put your place in the kitchen and name all of the utensils you have there. Probably, most of these kitchenwares such as spoons, forks, knives, and cooking pots are made up of aluminum.

Who would have thought that this same aluminum can be used as flood barriers and can save and protect you from floods? Let’s discover the secret on why aluminum can build a flood-free home.

What is the relationship between a fork and a flood barrier?

Try to put your place in the kitchen and name all of the utensils you have there. Probably, most of these kitchenwares such as spoons, forks, knives, and cooking pots are made up of aluminum. 

Who would have thought that this same aluminum can be used as flood barriers and can save and protect you from floods? Let’s discover the secret on why aluminum can build a flood-free home. 

Continue reading “The Secret why Aluminum Barriers can Build a Flood-free home”

Andreas Klippe

About author

Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

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