Addressing the biodiversity emergency: what role can structural engineers play?

Author: Natasha Watson and Mike Sefton

Date published

2 August 2021

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Addressing the biodiversity emergency: what role can structural engineers play?

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Author

Natasha Watson and Mike Sefton

Date published

2 August 2021

Author

Natasha Watson and Mike Sefton

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Free

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Natasha Watson and Mike Sefton introduce biodiversity concepts and explain how structural engineers can influence design and construction decisions at each stage of a project to ensure that biodiversity is protected.

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
5
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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TSE Article Type Sustainability & Environment Climate change Issue 8

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