Only superstitious people are afraid on Friday the 13th. But the UN tells us every year on this International Day of Disaster Reduction, which falls on October 13, that we should be aware and prepared for the increased risk of flooding due to climate change, more than ever. This blog article tells how.
The Great Flood of the Bible was a catastrophic event that devastated life on Earth. Although considered by some as a myth, some scientists believe it recurred. With global warming and rising sea levels continuing, could this Biblical Great Flood likely happen?
Monica and Pedro Vasquez had invested over $5,450.00 in their Weber Master charcoal grill and outdoor furniture set, but a sudden storm destroyed everything, resulting in a loss of over $35,000.00. This highlights the importance of being prepared for unexpected weather conditions to protect your investments. Read on to learn more about their story and how you can avoid a similar situation.
Miami Grand Prix Circuit flooded weeks before the race, causing significant financial losses for the event organizers. As climate change continues to pose risks to F1 races, what measures can be taken to prevent future disasters like this? Will engineers come up with effective solutions before the next race, or will we see more cancellations and financial losses in the future?
What does urbanization have to do with floods? As cities continue to expand, it’s not just traffic and pollution that become pressing issues. Urbanization can lead to increased flooding events, which can cause devastating damage to homes and communities. In this article, we explore the top 5 impacts of urbanization on flooding. From increased surface runoff to climate change impacts, these factors are crucial for homeowners and policymakers to consider.