How German Technology can Contain PH Flood Disasters

The world is drowning. While it continues to battle the global pandemic, yet another calamity has literally drowned several parts of Asia and America. For two consecutive weeks in November 2020, Typhoons Rolly and Ulysses, with international names Goni and Vamco respectively, lashed several areas in the Philippines affecting millions of people and damaging millions worth of dollars to infrastructure.

100 % success – German tech flood barriers save whole village

Nature has provided man with gifts that often bring him joy and tranquility. Most people would opt to live in serene woodlands, others in the hinterlands, while others still, near waterways like rivers and lakes.

Diesbach River is one of these natural wonders that the local folks enjoy due to its pristine waters that remain calm during the dry season.
The river got its name from the same village where it is found; Diesbach Village in Glarus Süd, Switzerland.

In contrast, Diesbach River turns into a roaring monster during heavy torrential downpours as it swells and endangers the community with flooding. This is the story of how the raging river was tamed by German technology flood protection.

Typhoon Stories Part 2: The Solution that could have Prepared China against Tropical Storm Lekima

Do you still remember the deadly Typhoon Lekima in China? Can you still recall the damages it inflicted to the people and its nearby provinces? What were the emergency responses of the Chinese Government to defy it? Let’s recall how the government responded to such a huge calamity.

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