Mr Mark Maund

Casual Research Assistant

School of Architecture and Built Environment

News

We’re innovative when housing bushfire victims. Why not all the homeless?

May 12, 2020

With more than 3,500 homes destroyed by disastrous bushfires, the willingness of government and community to find ways to house people has been heartwarming. But what about the many more people who were homeless before the bushfires?

Before we rush to rebuild after fires, we need to think about where and how

February 11, 2020

Public support for rebuilding in the same disaster affected places is often high. But as fire-fighting agencies are aware, our bushfires are increasing in size, intensity and duration, and a warming climate will continue to worsen these factors.

Putting homes in high-risk areas is asking too much of firefighters

February 11, 2020

The impacts of bushfires on emergency services in New South Wales and Queensland suggests houses are being built in high-risk areas. We rely heavily on emergency services to protect people and property, but strategic land-use planning can improve resilience and reduce risk in the first place.

Mr Mark Maund

Positions

Casual Research Assistant
School of Architecture and Built Environment
Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment

Casual Academic
School of Architecture and Built Environment
Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment

Contact Details

Email mark.e.maund@newcastle.edu.au
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