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

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

The Truth about the Top 3 Myths about Floods



Flood myths have been told and retold across human history. Countless religions have their own flooding stories and legends. This is the evidence to prove that we have been dealing with floods for so long. But, when it comes to safety you can’t rely on legends.

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Let go of what you think you know! Get the facts straight from the flood experts!

There are flood myths that need to end because they may cause undue harm to those who believe them. Let facts destroy the false sense of security and enable us to take more appropriate action. In this blog article, we run through the top 3 common flood myths and tell you the facts!
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Andreas Klippe

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

Can Flood Protection Help Disease Prevention?



Life and safety are number one when it comes to flood protection. Always remember that health comes before wealth.

Anyone who has experienced flood would know that flood-related problems last long after the waters have subsided. Homes, offices, and businesses can take years to recover from the damage. To top it off, floods also affect the mental health and cause outbreaks. That’s why disease prevention is one of the priorities during floods. We also try our best to raise awareness about these concerns in our mission to save lives.

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Recovering from flood-related diseases means spending time healing and spending resources on medicine. Both can be avoided by becoming flood-proof.

Saving lives should be enough reason to get a flood protection system. But, could there be other benefits from flood protection? We believe there are more, let us show you!

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Andreas Klippe

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

GOOD NEWS: UK’s Weather Supercomputer



We check out another piece of good news. Amidst worldwide disarray brought on by COVID-19, there’s still time to be had for positivity. We hear about good news from the United Kingdom and the more than a billion pounds they plan to spend for a weather supercomputer. Let’s hear some good news for a change!

We check out another piece of good news. Amidst worldwide disarray brought on by COVID-19, there’s still time to be had for positivity. We hear about good news from the United Kingdom and the more than a billion pounds they plan to spend for a weather supercomputer. The effort to build it is part of the UK government and the British Monarchy’s dedication to a decade of climate action. Let’s hear some good news for a change!


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Andreas Klippe

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

January Weather Recap



We take a quick look on weather events around the globe. Climate change is affecting everyone that it makes perfect sense to treat it like world affairs.

The new year is here but already, climate change rears its ugly head. Climate change has influenced and aggravated normal weather and pushed it to extremes causing entire ecosystems to deteriorate all around the world.

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We will recap recent weather events from all around the globe. Climate change is affecting all of our lives in so many ways that it now makes perfect sense to pay attention to the news about it as much as we pay attention to world affairs. Hopefully, we will be able to use this information to better prepare ourselves in the future.

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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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