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  • Tomasyn Goode

    Dick Sellenraad/Aeroview, the Netherlands.. Overdiepse Polder, an infrastructure project in the southeastern province of Brabant south of Amsterdam, will have eight elevated farms.

  • GG Schaefer

    Flood Control in the Netherlands Now Allows Sea Water In - NYTimes.com. It has been to the Netherlands, not surprisingly, that some American officials, planners, engineers, architects and others have been looking lately. New York is not Rotterdam; it’s not mostly below or barely above sea level. But it’s not adapted to what seems likely to be increasingly frequent extreme storm surges, either, and the Netherlands has successfully held back the sea for centuries and thrived.

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