Climate action two years on: are we on the right track?

Author: Mike Cook

Date published

1 June 2022

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Climate action two years on: are we on the right track?

Climate action two years on: are we on the right track?
The Structural Engineer
Author

Mike Cook

Date published

1 June 2022

Author

Mike Cook

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Free

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Could do better, concludes Mike Cook in a ‘report card’ on the industry’s response to the climate emergency, as he urges engineers to embrace the paradigm shift required to decarbonise.

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PDF
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2
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Institution of Structural Engineers

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Climate change News Issue 6

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