After Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, other populations living at or below sea-level have expressed heightened concern for their safety. In the Netherlands, much of the land is below sea level, and despite the complex system of pumps and levies, there's a long history of mass flooding. Michele Ernsting from Radio Netherlands Worldwide went in search of answers in preventing another national disaster. This program airs as part of the special international documentary collaboration, Global Perspectives: Escape!
|Living with the WaterWolf|
Living with the WaterWolf was produced by Michele Ernsting from Radio Netherlands Worldwide. It airs as part of the special international documentary collaboration, Global Perspectives: Escape!
California Turns to Holland
The state of California, especially the Sacarmento Delta, is relying on the Netherlands for methods that are already successful in protecting the flood-prone country.
Planning for a flood
The Dutch may be going back to the past to ensure their future: Terps and Overdiepse? They seem to think so!
Flood Response link-up
European neighbors coome together for the floods.
Designed for Dry Feet: Flood Protection and Land Reclamation in the Netherlands
by: Robert J. Hoeksema 2006
Discussing various projects like simple dwelling mounds to reclaim the sinking land.
Eyewitness Travel The Netherlands
by: DK Publishing 2008
The all-you-need-to-know guide about the Netherlands.