Structural engineers declare summit 2022
Date & Time

12 October 2022
12:30 - 17:30 BST

Location

Institution of Structural Engineers and online
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Price
Free

Structural engineers declare summit 2022

Meeting
Date & Time

12 October 2022
12:30 - 17:30 BST

Location

Institution of Structural Engineers and online
View on Google Maps

Price
Free
Availability

Places available

Join this hybrid event to learn more about what the UK structural engineering community is doing to increase climate action in their firms.

Three years have passed since the launch of the Declaration we all signed. In that time the evidence of global warming and its consequences have only intensified, and we must all ask ourselves if we are doing enough. 

Some firms have taken bold steps to publicly declare their own targets and commitments. The Institution has continued to provide guidance for change in our practice and reviewed its professional membership and project awards requirements. 

It is time that we came back together to discuss these changes, compare notes on what is blocking further progress and discuss what levels of personal and collective ambition we want to target for the coming year.

Reasons to attend

  • Discuss the current situation for engineering firms and analyse the wider picture 

  • Understand which factors are blocking further progress and how to overcome them

  • Debate and agree upon realistic goals that can be achieved for the upcoming year

Who should attend? 

This year’s Structural Engineers Declare Summit will be a hybrid event, with in-person attendance at IStructE HQ for one delegate of each declared firm. These in-person tickets will be available on the website shortly. 

Online attendance will also be possible for others in the firms who wish to join in, or for those around the world who would like to hear more about the UK structural engineering community.

A full programme and speaker list will be announced shortly.
 

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Contact

Email - [email protected]

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