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Find out more about how shelter and settlement actors working in post-disaster contexts can make more sustainable decisions with QSAND at https://www.qsand.org/
Why consider a sustainability scorecard approach in humanitarian shelter response?
In the context of the climate crisis, reducing the negative environmental impacts of our actions is vital in meeting the "Do no harm" principle of humanitarian action.
Join us tomorrow at 3.00pm UK time for the TRACE Conference panel session on the topic of a "Climate Resilient Built Environment".
@GeorgeFoden will be discussing QSAND and the role that sustainability thinking can play in building community resilience