Best Places for Flood-free Living!

Andreas Klippe Comments October 1, 2020

When searching for a new home, consider not just looking at a cheap rent, go for the one that is safe too

The impact of climate change has affected our way of life more than we know. This affects our health, water supply, agriculture and food security, as well as transportation, energy, and ecosystems. You might not be aware, but this is making your daily life difficult.

Climate change exacerbates natural disasters like flooding. If you’ve lived through this, you might be wondering if there are places left to escape. If not, you might be asking if the house you’re living in right now, is still safe. Can you escape the dangers of flooding? Are there places we can live in to avoid it? This blog will answer those questions.

Increasing Numbers of Migration

Climate change is a growing cause of displacement and migration. Due to rising sea-levels, extreme weather, and either flooding or droughts, people resort to leaving their homes and find a new one.

“The influence of climate change affects people’s migration decisions, especially those who live in low-lying areas.”

Now, sea-level rise is one of the overlooked effects of climate change. When the sea-level rises, flooding becomes more extensive and destructive. This could affect millions of people, especially those who live in low-lying areas.

As natural disasters like flooding worsen over time, our flood-free living is getting more and more difficult to achieve.

According to a study from the Earth Institute, Columbia University, USA, more than 2 million people may be displaced from their homes by 2100 in Bangladesh alone. Permanent and more widespread flooding will disrupt the local way of life and livelihoods. Researchers conclude that climate refugees and migrants will have an overwhelming effect on housing and food stability.

You can avoid this from happening to you, migrate and enjoy the flood-free living. Unfortunately, wherever you go, the assurance of flooding isn’t a hundred percent. In fact, the place you’re transferring to might have its own problems, especially with climate change.

Where Should You Go?

You can run, but you can’t hide!

Browsing the internet can give you a lot of ideas where your next destination can be. You can live in the mountains, or build a home on an island and believe that you can have a flood-free living. But remember: the best way to protect yourself from flooding isn’t by running. It starts with planning, so you can protect those that matter to you.

Rather than searching for a new place to live, consider finding flood control solutions. Look for professionals who can offer expert advice like conducting engineering assessments to your problems. Preparation is the only key to achieve flood-free living and prevent your property and loved ones from getting flooded.

Never run away from your flood problems. Instead, look for flood solutions that can help you in the long run and save you from all the hassle that comes with flooding.

Stay Safe!

Protect your properties and never run again. Your precious home has a lot of memories and you can choose to protect it, rather than moving elsewhere. Preventing and being protected from floods has never been easier!

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Stay safe and flood-free!

Andreas Klippe

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

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