As the World’s attention is focused on COP28 and the climate emergency, we showcase how structural engineers are reducing carbon and increasing sustainability in the construction industry: one of the biggest contributors to global carbon.

Climate action end of year report 2023: Towards regenerative

The Climate Emergency Task Group helps the profession tackle the climate breakdown. This report explains how the 2023 targets were achieved.

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<h4>The Regenerative Structural Engineer<h4>

The Regenerative Structural Engineer

Forthcoming thought leadership from the Institution of Structural Engineers. Included in the Winter sale: Buy now and save.

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Engineering in the climate emergency: doing less, better

Read how Mike White urges structural engineers to act now in their projects to reduce embodied carbon.

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<h4>COP28 fringe event<h4>

COP28 fringe event

IStructE UAE Regional Group Committee has organsied a panel discussion: "Reusing and extending Dubai's existing building stock" - 13 December - Dubai.

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<h4>Financing a greener built environment<h4>

Financing a greener built environment

This blog discusses the links between financing and sustainable practices. 

<h4>Six climate emergency actions for structural engineers<h4>

Six climate emergency actions for structural engineers

Institution Gold Medallist Mike Cook FIStructE, Chair of the Institution's Climate Emergency Task Group, describes six actions structural engineers should take now to address climate change. 

Climate Change: What are you going to do about it?

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