River Thames Flood Defence Scheme Set to Receive £270million Funding

Surrey County Council’s cabinet is set to agree £270 million of funding for long term flood risk management work across Surrey to protect homes and roads. This will include requesting approval from HM Treasury and development of applications for the statutory consents required to enable the construction of the scheme and also includes a contribution … More River Thames Flood Defence Scheme Set to Receive £270million Funding

66 Deaths after Tropical Cyclone Hagibis Hits in Eastern Japan

As of 15.10.19, the number of fatalities has increased to 66 after the passage of Tropical Cyclone Hagibis in eastern Japan. Hundreds of people sustained injuries, and according to initial estimates from national authorities, more than 10,700 houses have been damaged, nearly 35,000 households remain without electricity, and 130,000 have no running water. Typhoon Hagibis made … More 66 Deaths after Tropical Cyclone Hagibis Hits in Eastern Japan

Thousands Hit by Floods in Venezuela & Columbia

Heavy rains and flooding have affected thousands of people throughout Venezuela and Columbia. After heavy rain in the Sierra de Perijá around 2,000 people have been affected by flooding in Zulia State in northwestern Venezuela. The heavy rain triggered flooding of the Kunana River in the town of Toromo in Machiques de Perijá Municipality. Homes, livestock, … More Thousands Hit by Floods in Venezuela & Columbia

U.S. Army Corps of Engineering Issue Draft Assessment on Burlington Flood Protection Project

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has released a draft Supplemental Environmental Assessment to the proposed alterations to the existing levee system. New flood risk reduction features in Burlington, North Dakota will also be constructed. There has been a history of flooding along the Souris River (also referred to as the Mouse River) in northcentral North Dakota. … More U.S. Army Corps of Engineering Issue Draft Assessment on Burlington Flood Protection Project