After a 1953 storm killed 1800 people in the Netherlands, the Dutch built an elaborate system of dikes and dams to prevent another flooding disaster. Host Bruce Gellerman talks with a flood risk analyst in the Netherlands about the reasons and the resources it took to put the protection in place.
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