Big River Rising: Interactive exploration of flooding in the Philippines

Big River Rising is an interactive web documentary produced by Christian Aid that explores how poor communities, despite frequent flash flooding, are fighting for their livelihoods and safety with the help of science. It was shot during the August 2012 monsoon deluge which flooded much of Metro Manila and affected more than 1.2 million people.

Big River Rising: Interactive exploration of flooding in the Philippines
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