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Can a flood be predicted?
Can a flood be predicted?

Karol Wójcicki, Ambassador of Stop Flood, talks about it in the latest film.

Nationwide Stop Flood conference
Nationwide Stop Flood conference

On November 17, we invite you to the nationwide Stop Flood conference.

A year ahead of schedule, the Polish Waters completed construction of new levees of the Wisłoka River and the Kiełkowski Stream
A year ahead of schedule, the Polish Waters completed construction of new levees of the Wisłoka River and the Kiełkowski Stream

Polish Waters have been working intensively on increasing residents flood protection in many polish regions .

Where did this flood come from?
Where did this flood come from?

Karol Wójcicki, Ambassador to Stop the Flood, tells more about the causes of inundation and floods.

Economic Potential Of The Lower Vistula – scientific conference in Włocławek
Economic Potential Of The Lower Vistula – scientific conference in Włocławek

28 this year a scientific conference was held on the use of the potential that area located in the Lower Vistula presented.

Why are we talking about a flood when we have a drought?
Why are we talking about a flood when we have a drought?

Karol Wójcicki, the ambassador of the Stop the flood project, explains simply and to the point.

Karol Wójciki – ambasador of the Stop the Flood Project.
Karol Wójciki – ambasador of the Stop the Flood Project.

The Ambassador of the Stop the Flood Project is a well-know blogger and popularizer of sience – Karol Wójciki.

STOP THE FLOOD. Report from Łapanów
STOP THE FLOOD. Report from Łapanów

The change in the structure of precipitation, which we’ve been dealing with in recent years,

Investments of Polish Waters in flood protection – actions in the regions
Investments of Polish Waters in flood protection – actions in the regions

The storm gates on the Tuga river, the construction of flood embankments around Słubice or the clearing of the Klucz-Ustowo ditch track are the last investments of Polish Waters protecting various regions of Poland against flooding.

“Water will come, water will go and we have to live on”
“Water will come, water will go and we have to live on”

I remember how sheaves and hay were tied in the fields, how the water took them with it. And we, as children, sat on the hill and watched it all flow. Three days, the water broke and there was no more flooding.

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