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Climate TV: Supersafe dikes (English subs)

Created on 04 April 2014
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Climate change forces The Netherlands to deal with large amounts of water. As the sea level rises, the risk of dike breaches grows. Supersafe dikes are dikes that are not higher but broader. In fact, they are so broad you can build on top of it. Supersafe dikes are strong, are almost impossible to breach and merge with their surroundings.

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Video production: Arteffects, Arnhem

More info: http://www.kennisvoorklimaat.nl/superveiligedijk
Produced by: Kennis voor Klimaat
Year: 2013
Language: Dutch with English subtitles
Region: Netherlands



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