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Posted by  sandra D'urzo on March 13, 2003 at 08:07:10:

In Reply to:  how sustainable is sustainable? posted by ash on December 01, 2002 at 03:53:05:

Hello. I just fell on the last couple of messages on this huge list list of mails sent between december and now ...it sunds like you are working on (or interested in) appropriate architecture in India, ...my belief is that there are far more architects and interesting initiatives around sustainable architecture in the southern countries but that there is a huge lack on informations, knowing who is doing what and come up with innovative ideas...I am an italian architect working in a paris-based NGO called Architecture & Dévelopment (i swear, this is not about lobbying!!just want to know more..) that actually works in India, Africa and central America. I am personally dealing with all the "crisis" areas that have just seen an earthqueke, a cyclone or a war passing on top of their head and must start buinding all over...so knowing from others keeps from making (too many) mistakes and saves precious time when nothing's left...We're a small structure and really need feedbacks on what's happening elsewhere,knowing that the bunch on architects from the north willing to work on developing issues and appropriate technologies is not enourmous....but please, all you people out there...never give up!! ciao, Sandra

 
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