Collaboration amongst engineers is crucial for solving climate challenge is the message at ICE Brunel International lecture series.
Over the next 15 years, the OECD has estimated that around $103 trillion investment is needed to support our ageing and deteriorating critical infrastructure systems globally. Is the civil engineering community ready to deliver this investment?
The latest edition of the series will kick off on 2 December 2020 before travelling virtually around the world, exploring how the engineering community can deliver a carbon-neutral and resilient society by mid-century.
The results of roundtable discussions convened by Resilience Shift to discuss the resilience of critical infrastructure systems have been published in a paper in the Engineering Sustainability Journal of the Institution of Civil Engineering
We’re working at a leadership level to unlock the opportunity of using engineers as a driving positive force for impact. The potential of post-Covid economic stimuli requires us to ensure that we are picking the right infrastructure projects to fund and then designing and building them with resilience in mind from the outset.
This year’s World Engineers Convention 2019 focused on ‘Engineering a Sustainable World: The next 100 years’. We report on highlights with reflections from Kara Brussen.
Caroline Field reports from the Future World Vision Leadership Summit and the collective action the engineering community is taking in infrastructure climate adaptation and resilience.
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