Profile: Jo da Silva

Author: Jackie Whitelaw

Date published

1 March 2021

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Profile: Jo da Silva

The Structural Engineer
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Jackie Whitelaw

Date published

1 March 2021

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Jackie Whitelaw

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Free

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Arup global sustainable development leader, Jo da Silva, was made a Dame in the recent New Year Honours. She talks to Jackie Whitelaw about social responsibility in business, the engineering response to COP26 and the impact of the pandemic on future planning of cities.

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3
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Climate change Leadership Career Profiles Opinion Issue 3

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