Engineering climate justice: how can we contribute to equitable global decarbonisation?

Author: Tom Newby

Date published

9 August 2022

Price
Free
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Engineering climate justice: how can we contribute to equitable global decarbonisation?

Engineering climate justice: how can we contribute to equitable global decarbonisation?
The Structural Engineer
Author

Tom Newby

Date published

9 August 2022

Author

Tom Newby

Price

Free

In this personal perspective, Tom Newby argues that high-income countries have a moral responsibility to decarbonise faster, and urges structural engineers to advocate for changes in the way infrastructure is designed and built in order to work towards this goal.

Additional information

Format:
PDF
Pages:
3
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

Tags

Climate change Humanitarian & International Development Leadership Issue 8

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