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Next, our third and final report looking at how the Dutch have spent billions keeping water away from homes, despite half of their country being at or below sea level.
But as the country faces more extreme weather, how will it stay on top of flooding?
Our Correspondent Hannah McNulty travelled to The Netherlands to speak with scientists trying to keep one step ahead of nature.
Here's her final report, about Living with the River
The storms over the last couple of months have sparked much debate about how best to protect our communities from further flooding in the future.
There's a growing feeling that building bigger flood defences to protect what we have isn't the answer...
Hannah McNulty's been to some of The Netherlands more rural areas, to find out about the sacrifices people have made, in order to keep millions of others dry.
This is her second of three special reports about "Living with the River":
As questions continue about how we can better protect our cities, towns and villages from flooding... some authorities are looking abroad for examples of best practice.
We sent our Correspondent Hannah McNulty to the Netherlands, a country hit by repeated flooding in the past, she's been looking at how it became a world leader in keeping the water out and asking whether we could learn any lessons. This is the first of her three reports about Living with the River: