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WFEO Climate Stories: China

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is hosting the World Federation of Engineering Organizations’ (WFEO) Committee on Engineering and the Environment from 2019 to 2023. For this blog series, comissioned by ICE, committee members provide a snapshot of climate change impacts and solutions in their part of the world. To kick off, Professor Jianping Wu of Beijing’s Tsinghua University and his colleagues, Jing He and Xiaodong Guan, survey the scene in China.

A resilient future

“The next five years are critical to the future of our planet”

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The economic case for greening the global recovery

The Economic Case for Greening the Global Recovery through Cities, by the Coalition for Urban Transitions, supported by The Resilience Shift, sets out investment priorities for national governments post Covid to boost economies today and progress toward long-term resilience and prosperity tomorrow.

Putting engineers at the heart of climate action

As founding partner of the International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure, we believe engineers must step up and work in partnership to deliver a safe, sustainable and resilient future.

Seth Schultz to present 13th ICE Brunel Lecture Series

With a provocative opening lecture and global virtual tour, Seth Schultz and the Institution of Civil Engineers are asking 'How many engineers does it take to change the world?' Discussing this and other key questions about the future role of engineers.

Resilience success stories

We want to share the great work of others and highlight best practice for resilience.

Navigating the pathways to #climate #resilience
“Together we will #showcases what is available, make it accessible and connected, and support the shift to #climateresilience throughout the #infrastructure #lifecycle”

The global ports and shipping system is being roiled by multiple shocks and stresses.
This article today from @nytimes shows what the present impact of these shocks are and how they challenge the resilience of ports.

Last chance to register to our webinar on #Decarbonisation in rail and the role #technology could play to spearhead more efficiency for the #railway industry whilst reducing its carbon footprint.
9 March, 11am-12pm GMT with @intel.



If you missed @ICE_engineers International Brunel Lecture Middle East Lecture on Wednesday you can watch it here: The theme of this year's lectures is: 21st Century #Leadership is Partnership - How a Coalition of the World’s #Engineers Can Change the World

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