Architecture student develops easy-to-build shelters for wildfire evacuees
from CBC News
An architecture student is developing shelters for families displaced by Canadian wildfires. Victoria McCartney came up with the concept for Tinderbox Wildfire Shelter Kits, which are easy-to-build shelters that communities in crisis can use as temporary homes. The project could help reduce overcrowding in community shelters during natural disasters, said McCartney, a master's student at Carleton University in Ottawa.
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