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.

Flood Protection for the Industrial Setting



Industrial-level businesses are major contributors to the economy of any country. Manufacturing plants and factories provide massive employment opportunities across social classes and sustain supply lines in their respective markets. Each of them play a part in the proverbial economic machine.

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No matter how big your company is, floods will be a threat.

Aside from manpower, factories rely on a wide range of equipment to sustain productivity, from machines that process enormous amounts of materials to precision tools and custom-made equipment. Surely, protecting these from damage would be top priority, right?
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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.

GOOD NEWS: The Earthshot Prize



Bad news about climate change are almost always more highlighted especially in mainstream media. This makes sharing good news very refreshing. Let’s hear some good news for a change!

When writing and talking about climate change, the threats become the most highlighted, especially so in mainstream media. We touched these points in a previous article on climate change alarmism. This exposure to bad news makes it very refreshing to be able to share good ones. We dedicate a significant amount of time to news telling us the dangers we should prepare for so perhaps we should also show the same dedication to good news.

In this series of articles, we will find uplifting news about efforts and actions done to help preserve the environment. Let’s hear some good news for a change!

A Positive Start for the Decade
To start 2020, Prince William and his wife Duchess Catherine of the British monarchy launched the Earthshot Prize. From 2021 to 2030, five solutions to top environmental concerns will be awarded funds annually. A multi-million prize to fund environmental solutions await the winners.

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Prince William (pictured) and his wife Princess Catherine lead the British Royal Family’s efforts in saving the Earth.
(Photo of Prince William courtesy of The Earthshot Prize)

The Earthshot Prize will have a total of 50 winners by 2030. Famed naturalist Sir David Attenborough calls it “most prestigious environmental prize in history”. The name was inspired by John F. Kennedy’s call for unified efforts to reach the Moon in the 1960s. The Prince calls the Earthshot Prize a decade of action to repair the Earth.
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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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