The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 75 (1997) > Issues > Issue 20 > Engineering the Environment
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Engineering the Environment

Mr President, my Lords, Ladies and Gentlemen, it is a very great honour to be here this evening on such a special occasion for the Institution and to have a chance to share with you some thoughts and ideas about what might be in store for you as structural engineers within and without the Institution, and the degree to which those concerns for the environment now impinge on all our lives. Jonathan Porritt