Speaking at the closing lecture, Seth Schultz admitted that he had previously been sceptical that the engineering community was willing to make changes in order to deal with the climate emergency. But the profession has shown that it is, and this response was consistent around the world, and from very senior or retired engineers, right down to new graduates.
Register now to hear Seth Schultz deliver the Institution of Civil Engineers’ closing Brunel Lecture (17/1), reflecting on his year-long journey with ICE President, Ed McCann, and on how the engineering community can deliver a carbon-neutral and resilient society.
Panellists from Australia and New Zealand discussed collaboration, speaking out, and diversity during the final leg of the virtual Brunel lecture series.
The penultimate leg of the touring Brunel International Lecture Series took place virtually in South East Asia this week, where panellists discussed how increased creativity and collaboration was needed to tackle climate change.
On 12 October the ICE International Brunel Lecture Series moved its focus to South-East Asia. The lecture was given by Resilience Shift CEO, Seth Schultz, joined by a panel of experts from the region for discussion and questions in the second half of the session.
The latest ICE Brunel lecture in South Asia, with Seth Schultz, argued that the cost of ‘inaction’ was greater than the cost of action, when it comes to the climate crisis.
The latest leg of the 13th Brunel Lecture series discusses the urgent need to train and retain engineers, particularly to deal with the climate emergency.
Join Resilience Shift CEO Seth Schultz for the next lecture in the Institution of Civil Engineers’ Brunel International Lecture series where the focus will be on Africa