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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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.

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

Andreas Klippe

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.



With worsening climate change, a heavy downpour can submerge an entire village. In Glarus Süd, Switzerland, one simple heavy rain nearly flooded the area.

When beauty turns to Beast

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.

Continue reading “100 % success – German tech flood barriers save whole village”

Andreas Klippe

How a Simple Engineering Assessment can Prevent Disaster!



Instead of just buying flood barriers, engineering assessment is an important part to maximize a flood solution system’s potential.

Buying a Flood Protection System is easy! Knowing which one will be most effective for you takes a professional.

Choosing a flood protection system seems to be easy! There are so many flood protection systems in the market today. You can freely choose what product best suits your concerns.

Some you can even buy online, install on your own, and you’re done. But there is a problem with this approach. There is no way of ensuring quality. If there is no assurance of quality, are you really safe? And are you really sure which product suits best for your needs?

Continue reading “How a Simple Engineering Assessment can Prevent Disaster!”

Andreas Klippe

How Greenland’s Rapid Defrosting Affects Worldwide Flooding?



One thing is for sure: Greenland’s melting glaciers will make worldwide flooding worse. How soon will the effects of this be felt?

Formation of a lake over Greenland’s ice sheet during the summer of 2016.

The Greenland Ice Sheet is big and old. It’s the world’s largest island, lying in the North Atlantic Ocean and is known for its vast tundra and immense glaciers. In fact, according to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Ilulissat Icefjord of Greenland is the most productive glacier in the Northern Hemisphere.

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Andreas Klippe

Why is Malaysia Still Under a Flood Crisis?



If you’ve ever been to Malaysia, you’d probably know how equatorial this country’s weather is: constant high temperature, relatively high humidity, and frequented by the effects of the Northeast and Southwest monsoons.

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World’s tallest twin tower, the Petronas Tower of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

But even this modern tropical country has to deal with natural phenomena like flooding. It is one of the major problems Malaysia faces every year. This requires an unconventional approach to protect the safety of their future. With fear in their heart each time it rains, how could they survive in the coming years to face the destruction which flooding can give?
Continue reading “Why is Malaysia Still Under a Flood Crisis?”

Andreas Klippe

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