Emergency Architects Australia seem to have had their work cut out for them lately, with a series of devastating natural disasters in our region. The initiative “sends experienced architects and other built environment specialists to disaster areas to work alongside aid agencies, local communities and governments, and funding institutions to rebuild devastated areas in […]
July 16th, 2010
Emergency Architects Australia seem to have had their work cut out for them lately, with a series of devastating natural disasters in our region.
The initiative “sends experienced architects and other built environment specialists to disaster areas to work alongside aid agencies, local communities and governments, and funding institutions to rebuild devastated areas in a sustainable way”.
However, with the inevitable increase in global populations the human cost of natural disasters grows ever larger. So EAA are calling on you to become a member and support their efforts.
Becoming a member of the EAA helps provide vital assistance to rebuild communities after disasters.
We encourage you to find out more about the program on the EAA site and sign up to make a difference.
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