Paul Dolphin, Director and Principal Designer for PdD Building Design recently attended the Climate Solutions 4 Eurobodalla Community Forum to discuss ways to help mitigate our climate change risks through building more sustainable housing in the Eurobodalla.
The event was organised by SHASA (Southcoast Health and Sustainability Alliance), a local community group focused on implementing practical solutions to build community leadership, resilience and capability to deal with climate change and its many impacts including drought, flood and bushfire.
In our current environmental state, where catastrophic bushfires and intense weather events are becoming more and more common, it is more vital than ever to build sustainable, resilient homes that support our environment.
Editor, Joel Erickson, Moruya Bay Post, interviewed Paul when he attended the forum, about the importance of building sustainable homes in the Eurobodalla. The story made the front page! You can read the interview here: https://www.batemansbaypost.com.au/story/7247302/climate-change-on-the-agenda-at-community-forum/?cs=12&utm_source=website&utm_medium=index&utm_campaign=sidebar
PdD Building Design specialises in designing energy efficient homes in the Eurobodalla Shire, that are beautiful, sustainable and economical to run.
“We want to bring sustainable design to everyone, and to demonstrate it's far cheaper to run (sustainable homes) for your health, wealth, and the environment," Paul said.
Image Source: Moruya Bay Post, posted with permission