It’s been a long time since I’ve looked at the Indian maps and seen that the floods were so bad. However, it does not surprise me that they have taken so many lives since the floods. The level of devastation, the sheer volume of people displaced, the sheer scale, and the long-lasting impact are all reasons to stop and think about the future.
The flooding is caused by a combination of global warming, and it will only get worse over the next few decades, so I think its a good time to start thinking about where we’re headed and what we can do to save ourselves.
In the future, if we don’t stop and think about how our homes and lives are going to look and feel in the future, we are going to be too much of a liability to be safe in our homes or communities.
I know it’s still an area where we can’t have too many good ideas, but I’m thinking about how we can change how we’ve been living for the last 15 years without too much damage to our homes and lives. So in future years, if we do nothing about it, we will also be too much of a liability to be safe in our homes or communities.
The flood issue is a problem we have to address. There is no “solution” to it, it is a matter of “do what is right”. In the long run, it is better to have a flood-prone area than to be living in a flooded area. The more people who live in flood-prone areas, the worse it gets for other people living in the same area.
Yes, flooding can be a problem. But it is not a “solution” to the problem. It is only a matter of degree. Every year, it takes us longer to fix the problems it creates. The more people who live in flood-prone areas, the longer it takes to fix the problems and the more costs it takes to build flood control systems.
India floods are a good example of the types of problems that occur because of overcrowded housing, but the flooding that is happening right now is not the same as the flooding that occured in 2007 or 2005. The 2008 floods destroyed much of the city of Mumbai, and the 2011 floods killed over 3,000 people. The 2012 floods in Chennai and the Mumbai floods of 2010 are the latest examples of flooding that is taking place in India right now.
India’s flood problems are caused by many factors, but the main ones are poor infrastructure, poor drainage, and water shortages. In the days before the 2008 Mumbai floods, the city was able to handle its annual flooding problems without any major problems. However, the 2007 and 2011 floods showed that even with adequate drainage, the government was unable to handle the increasing water demands of the city. India’s flood control system is also failing because of overcrowded housing.
The city that developed the Indias flood control system was the city of Bangalore. Bangalore, being the largest city in South India, has the most water-heavy infrastructure in the country. When the city is flooded due to lack of drainage, then it can be extremely difficult to control the city’s water resources.
Bangalore’s drainage system has failed in a number of ways including too much rainfall, too much rainfall during certain seasons, poor drainage, and poor drainage during certain seasons. At a time when India is experiencing an unprecedented drought, the government should be doing more to reduce the impact of the floods in the city.