Structural engineering innovation for a zero-carbon world: an R&D agenda to match the carbon budget

Author: Pete Winslow, Mike Sefton and Will Arnold

Date published

31 March 2021

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Structural engineering innovation for a zero-carbon world: an R&D agenda to match the carbon budget

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Structural engineering innovation for a zero-carbon world: an R&D agenda to match the carbon budget
Date published

31 March 2021

Author

Pete Winslow, Mike Sefton and Will Arnold

Price

Free

Access Resource
Author

Pete Winslow, Mike Sefton and Will Arnold

Pete Winslow, Mike Sefton and Will Arnold set out a vision for a net-zero structural engineering sector and the R&D that we as a profession need to tackle to get there.

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
7
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Research & Innovation Climate change Carbon

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