Sáng Tạo Mô Hình Nhà Chống Lũ Lụt

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Việt Nam nằm trong nhóm các nước dễ chịu tổn thương nhất trước thiên tai và biến đổi khí hậu. Hãy dành 15 phút để nghiên cứu về những loại thiên tai phổ biến tại Việt Nam qua videos này nhé! Để ứng phó với một số loại lũ, Nhà Chống Lũ có phát triển 9 mô hình nhà an toàn có nguyên lý hoạt động phù hợp, thích ứng với các đặc điểm của lũ.

Trên đây là mô hình nhà chống lũ dạng cố định , các bạn tham khảo và cho biết suy nghĩ của mình nhé

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