A Green Rebuild Toolkit is being launched by not-for-profit organisation Renew to help fire-affected communities to plan and rebuild their homes to suit the changing climate.
A response to the devastating fires of 2019/2020, the toolkit includes step-by-step advice on where to start when planning a resilient rebuild, expert articles and online resources, advice videos, and case studies of resilient homes and rebuilds.
From Bushfire Attack Level ratings to fire resistant building materials, the Green Rebuild Toolkit offers important information for those navigating the daunting task of rebuilding.
As publishers of both Renew and Sanctuary magazine, Renew draws on over 40 years of experience in this sector as well as an extensive network of technical experts, architects and designers.
Free webinars feature experts in the field speaking alongside homeowners who have already rebuilt after fire.
• Tuesday, June 8 from 6pm to 7.30pm Home energy setups for bushfire zones and climate resilience – register at bit.ly/3bQujFe
• Wednesday, June 9 from 6pm to 7.30pm Water storage and fire-resistant landscaping – register at bit.ly/3yLDAIy
• Thursday, June 10 from 6pm to 7.30pm Retrofitting for fire resistance – register at bit.ly/3vhJ9MI
The webinars will be held on Zoom. You will receive the link to attend after registering for the event. If you are new to Zoom, download the app before the webinar at zoom.us/download.