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I hoped they have maintained a 3 meter distance from the river side para hindi masira ang natural river facade. Iyong may mangroves, nipa trees pa.
Oo dapat ang proper way to build dikes malayo sa riverbank mismo kasi ang tendency pag nasa river bank mismo yun dike mapupunta lang sa upstream yun baha. Lumiliit kasi yun capacity ng ilog kasi walang overflow.I hoped they have maintained a 3 meter distance from the river side para hindi masira ang natural river facade. Iyong may mangroves, nipa trees pa.
Also, since this a flood control project, sana gawin na lang nilang one way route (if not two way route) dike roads ito. Imagine the inner barangays like Lasip and Bacayao would be connected to the main downtown district (mukha nga lang mahaba dahil snake style amg iSnocalan river sa Dgaupan). Easy breezy na ang byahe without passing the usually traffic jammed Caranglaan, Malued and Tapuc roads.
If may budget, these dike roads can be accessed to De Venecia Old Road at idiretso na hanggang sa downtown priper ng Calasiao. 😅
Dapat may grand plan na rin for possibke River ferry wharfs and ports per Zone / Barangay... possible River Cruise resto end point is what is claimed to be the smallest lake sa Malued... esplanade like sidewalks sa dike roads...
Tama. Dapat may allowance pa for instances of overflow, or else, aapaw lang din.Oo dapat ang proper way to build dikes malayo sa riverbank mismo kasi ang tendency pag nasa river bank mismo yun dike mapupunta lang sa upstream yun baha. Lumiliit kasi yun capacity ng ilog kasi walang overflow.
This video explains this phenomenon.
Korea Power Corp. on Sunday released its annual sustainability report, which highlighted the state-run utility’s plan to reduce or suspend its coal-fired power plant projects at home and abroad in the future.
The release came amid mounting criticism from environmental and investment groups over Kepco’s double-sided business practices -- conducting solar and wind power projects at home in lock step with President Moon Jae-in’s Green New Deal initiative while pursuing coal-fired power plant projects in foreign countries.
Despite the release, the controversy isn’t likely to subside as Kepco’s pledge to pursue no more overseas coal power plant projects refers to those in the future. Existing ones will be completed.
“Among the four overseas coal-fired power projects currently planned, the Jawa 9 &10 coal-fired power plants in Indonesia and the Vung Ang 2 coal-fired power plant in Vietnam are scheduled to be carried out,” Kepco said in the report.
“However, we are currently reviewing two remaining coal-fired power projects for the cancellation or conversion to liquefied natural gas, including the Thabametsi power plant in South Africa and the Pangasinan power plant in the Philippines.”
By Kim Byung-wook ([email protected])