WATER TECHNOLOGIES, MODELS AND MORE
CLIMATE CHANGE & WATER
TRENDING ON WATER
Arcadis strengthens Coastline ManhattanFLOW 3D modeling for Marine, maritime and coastal experts
Salt Farm Texel (Netherlands) introduces ‘zero water’ vegetables in drought stricken South Africa. The Texel initiative, known as S/Zout, features food products that emerge from a collaboration between Studio H and Salt Farm Texel, a Netherlands-based enterprise that grows salt-tolerant potatoes, carrots, onions, lettuce, cabbage and barley.
Climate Change & Water Risks
- Lessons learned from Hurricane Sandy
- NASA Data will help forecasting Hurricanes
- UK Opens Flood Professional Training Centre
- Dutch Water Experts in worldwide Flood Team
- Dutch Water Management: The Netherlands cooperates with New York
- Billions for waterworks to make the Netherlands climate proof
Building with nature
- Oyster reefs and marshes for Alabama
- A sandy wall Colombia
- The SandMotor Netherlands
- Natural prunings dams Indonesia
Reports and Research
- This report: 'Encroaching Tides (2014)', written by he Union of Concerned Scientists, scientist show that Tidal flooding, driven by sea level rise, will dramatically increase in U.S. East and Gulf Coast communities over the next 30 years.
- This report is shown how fast the sea level is rising
- 10 cities in danger Sea Level Rising
- Earthquakes, river flooding, cyclones and tsunamis: world’s 10 riskiest cities
Four steps for managing climate risks
Floods are an increasing issue for the world. But industries, businesses and public organisations like hospitals, still don't focus on corporate water risks as largely external to the company.
By taking precautions and building on the right places, Water Risk Management is an effective tool for addressing current flood pressures and water challenges.