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Mara Bun, CEO, Green Cross Australia writes about HardenUp.org, a new web portal designed to raise the communities' awareness of natural hazards across the state.
Residential Developer Magazine talks about Green Cross Australia's 'Build it Back Green' website.
Mara Bun is interviewed by Frances Frangenheim about the projects she is working on in her role as founding CEO of Green Cross Australia.
The Courier Mail featured Green Cross Australia's Green Lane Diary in the HeadSt@rt section on Tuesday 31st May 2011. Registrations for Term 3, 2011 close soon for this free curriculum linked inspirational environmental resource for 8-13 year olds. Poppy Masselos reports.
Brisbane News Senior Editor, Phil Brown interviewed Green Cross Australia's CEO Mara Bun about her big, green, eco ideas - connecting the dots between sustainable housing, extreme weather, and resilient communities.
Queensland, the state of floods and cyclones that devastated property, has become Australia's laboratory for sustainable building, for creating resilient homes, offices and structures in the face of climatic volatility.
Flood damaged districts of Brisbane and Ipswich should be rebuilt using resilient and sustainable building methods, said Green Cross Australia managing director Mara Bun. Quest Ipswich News reporter Ben Johnson reports.
Building on knowledge gained from assisting disaster-affected communities in the United States, environmental organisation Green Cross Australia will host a state version of the Build It Back Green website to help Victorians rebuild sustainably after natural disasters. The Herald Sun reports.
Mikhail Gorbachev reveals the inspiration behind his charitable works, outlines the causes closest to his heart and tells how personal tragedy has spurred him to even greater efforts. The Wall Street Journal's Rumyana Vakarelska reports.
After the bushfires, many people are opting to build sustainably. Anthony Smith's Kinglake home burnt down in the Black Saturday fires, but he is just one of a number of residents who are rebuilding green. The Age's Michael Green reports.