Flooding

Design What Would An Entirely Flood-Proof City Look Like?

From sponge cities in China to ‘berms with benefits’ in New Jersey and floating container classrooms in the slums of Dhaka, a range of projects are looking to treat storm water as a resource rather than a hazard

Features Britain's First Amphibious Homes Embrace Water Woes

A luxury floating house on the Thames that rises and falls with the water levels

Home Design May Help Us Find Digital Tools to Cope With Extreme Weather

From relief drones to 3D-printed food and medicine, technology designers can play a vital role keeping us safe in emergencies

Design Photo Series Envisions London's Landmarks Submerged Under Water [Pics]

Photographer creates the illusion of a city being overtaken by flood waters.

Design How Mayor Bloomberg Will Protect NYC From Climate Change

The Big Apple prepares itself for the storms that are likely to impact the city over the next few decades.

Work Skate Park Ramps Also Prevents Flooding

Concrete structures in Denmark combine recreation with functionality to protect people from natural disasters.

Home Bamboo House Floats When It Floods

Architectural firm in South East Asia look for ways to keep people and their homes safe during extreme weather.

Innovation Climate Change Will Now Bring Rare Storms Every Three Years

Global warming may cause major hurricanes and flooding more frequently in cities.

Innovation Manufactures In Thailand Will Stay Put But Demand Improved Flood Defenses [Headlines]

Companies and businesses in southeast Asian nation relying on the government to curb the effects of the next natural disaster.

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