Profile: Kate Simonen

Author: Jackie Whitelaw

Date published

1 June 2020

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Profile: Kate Simonen

Profile: Kate Simonen
The Structural Engineer
Author

Jackie Whitelaw

Date published

1 June 2020

Author

Jackie Whitelaw

Price

Free

Kate Simonen has been promoting the cause of embodied carbon reduction in structures for the past decade through the Carbon Leadership Forum. Now the Institution of Structural Engineers in the UK and the Structural Engineering Institute in the USA have put their weight behind initiatives to drive embodied carbon down to zero by 2050.

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

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Climate change Career Profiles Opinion Issue 6 Carbon

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