We have share with you 10 scientific studies about floods caused by climate change.
All of the studies came to the same conclusion, within this XXI century and even by 2030, out of the world’s 22 megacities with a population of more than 10 million, 15 located along the ocean’s coasts will be under water. 30 US cities could be underwater by 2060, and Miami is predicted to be one of them (NO doubt about it).
There are several things you can do to survive those natural disasters, work in synchrony with natural cycles of flooding instead of resisting them.
You can not fight and win Mother Nature but rather you can adapt and win. Either way you look at it, the second choice is the one to make.
Amphibious/Floating Homes will float on the surface of rising floodwater rather than succumb to inundation and will be a way to keep dry when the event arise.
Watch the video to understand better the situation where we are heading to, and go to third party works: Floating Homes to see different alternatives. You can always email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your needs.
We can offer you different Floating Homes for: on the water living and on the land living (perfect for flood-prone zones) these houses will float on the surface of rising floodwater in an up and down motion according the hight of the flood.
SHIPING CONTAINER CONSTRUCTIONS
Habitat Container, LLC. An American Company who develops smart, healthy and affordable housing, aiming at reducing global warming by consuming the lowest possible energy and using renewable alternative energy sources, recycling used shipping containers to transform them in ISBU’s (Intermodal Steel Building Units), based in the three Pilars of sustainability, Reduce-Reuse-Recycle.
We base our construction in 20’ and 40’ dry ISO Shipping Containers taken out of duty by the shipping companies, but who still complies and exceeds local and international building codes and then they are modified by architects and structural engineers to transform them into affordable, safe, healthy and smart houses, —both mountable and removable—thus inaugurating a new real state criterion based on mobility as its main feature.
To create Smart-sustainable and affordable habitats for those in need, using discarded ISO shipping containers to fulfill the vast vacuum created by the affordable housing crises.
We respect in a just and efficient way all federal laws on environmental protection. We always take in mind the protection of all natural resources, the human health, the animals wellbeing, the economic growth, the energy, the agriculture, the industry, the transportation, and the international commerce, all factors considered to establish good environmental policies. We do all our effort to reduce the environmental risk using the best scientific information available.
We Uphold the higher standards of integrity in all of our actions. We are personally accountable for delivering our commitments. We protect the environmental because it will contribute to make our eco-systems and communities sustainable and economically productive. We are ready to help and work with any community who wishes and is ready to use shipping containers to develop smart-sustainable and affordable housing for those in need.
To get the best results we will follow the emerging guidelines from agencies like:
DHHS (department of Health and human services) http://www.os.dhhs.gov/ DOE (U.S.Department of Energy) http://www.doe.gov/ EPA (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) http://www.epa.gov/ HUD (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development) https://www.hud.gov/ ISBU (Intermodal Steel Building Units and Container Homes) http://www.isbu-association.org/ NOAA (national Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) http://www.noaa.gov/ USDA (U.S. department of Agriculture) http://www.usda.gov/ USGBC (U.S. Green Building Council) https://new.usgbc.org/