Viewpoint: What can professional engineers do to mitigate global warming?

Author: T. Munyebvu (CH2M Hill)

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1 July 2016

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Viewpoint: What can professional engineers do to mitigate global warming?

The Structural Engineer
Author

T. Munyebvu (CH2M Hill)

Date published

1 July 2016

Author

T. Munyebvu (CH2M Hill)

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Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

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Dematerialisation – or the efficient utilisation of materials to achieve a specified product performance – is the structural engineer's weapon in the battle against global warming, explains Tendayi Munyebvu in this call to action.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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