This interview provides insights into Germany’s long-term flood records, major flood events, and efforts to protect the country in vulnerable ports like Hamburg. Mr. Krei also shares his personal reflections about growing up in East Germany, and how drastically life changed when the Berlin Wall fell in 1989.
From wooden walkways to the floating fair, the city of Manaus has embraced creative solutions so that the population can move around and guarantee their livelihood. People there are used to it and already know how to proceed during the flood season, but everything becomes much more difficult and costly.
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This episode provides a great example of how professionals in hotels and hospitality can reach out to serve their community during a disaster.
Ned shares stories on the impacts of a wide variety of disasters in The Last Frontier, including earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, heatwaves, extreme cold, and melting permafrost, a slow-motion disaster that occurs as frozen soil thaws in warming weather. Ned has also trekked the entire 800-mile Alaska Pipeline, twice!