Juliet Mian looks back over highlights from the last quarter and at what we have learned together, with a reminder that there is no silver bullet when it comes to resilience.
Collaboration amongst engineers is crucial for solving climate challenge is the message at ICE Brunel International lecture series.
One year on from the formation of the International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure (ICSI), the ICSI Virtual Symposium highlighted the consensus that engineers are uniquely placed to shape our collective future.
Systemic infrastructure problems cannot be solved without cooperation. The International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure (ICSI) hosted its Virtual Symposium on Thursday 12 November 2020 (15:00-18:00 GMT).
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.
With gaps in funding identified as a top barrier to the progress of resilient, climate-informed infrastructure, the launch of the City Climate Finance Gap Fund marks a major milestone towards overcoming barriers to progress for resilient infrastructure.
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.
A powerful and committed group of founding organisations is driving a newly-formed global International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure to take immediate action and is asking all those working across the infrastructure life-cycle to get involved.