Global Flood News: Report identifies areas of London most at-risk to flooding

February 13, 20150 Comments

Top London Flood Risk Areas

International News

Hammersmith and Fulham possess the most flood risk properties in London

New research reveals that the top five London Boroughs at flood risk after Hammersmith and Fulham are Newham, Southwark, Tower Hamlets and then Barking and Dagenham.

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North American News

Climate change incorporated into new federal flood risk standard

President Barack Obama has issued Executive Order (EO) 13690, establishing a federal flood risk management standard “to improve the Nation’s resilience to current and future flood risk.”

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South American News

Newsweek publish photos of once-flooded Brazilian town

The submerged city of Igarata is now reappearing after being underwater since 1969. View the photos on Newsweek.

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European News

Canyon carved by savage floods in Iceland

Geologists have discovered that a huge canyon in Iceland was created by just a few days of catastrophic flooding, separated by thousands of years.

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African News

Devastation in Malawi, caused by floods, far worst than initially thought

Nearly a quarter of a million people have been affected by the severe floods recently affecting Malawi. The UN is scaling up its response as disease and malnutrition threaten many people.

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Asian News

Severe floods in Jakarta

6,000 people have been evacuated following the worst floods to affect Jakarta this year.

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Australian News

People rescued from homes in Queensland

Severe rain has caused flooding in far north Queensland, with floodwater getting into parts of homes and businesses.

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