The Institution's response to the climate emergency

Author: Will Arnold

Date published

30 October 2020

Price
Free
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The Institution's response to the climate emergency

Guidance
Author

Will Arnold

Date published

30 October 2020

Author

Will Arnold

Price

Free

An update on what the Institution is doing to help combat the climate emergency.

Will Arnold gives a brief overview of the science behind the climate emergency. He also discusses some of the actions that the Institution has taken to help members tackle the issue.

Recorded at the Climate Emergency Conference 2020: Sustainable design in a climate emergency.
 

The Institution's response to the climate emergency

About the speaker

Will Arnold is a Senior Structural Engineer in Arup’s Building Engineering Team. Will also works as a Senior Engineer and climate change specialist at the Institution of Structural Engineers.

As a Senior Structural Engineer at Arup, Will has been responsible for key aspects of ambitious architectural projects across the world from the UK to Taiwan and Rwanda. On these projects Will has pursued structural solutions that marry engineering excellence with social value and sustainable development.

In Will’s role at the Institution of Structural Engineers he works for the Climate Emergency Task Group. Will is involved with bringing climate emergency response into all aspects of the Institution’s work, as well as leading the publication of best-practice climate emergency guidance to help our members meet the needs of our world.

 

Additional information

Format:
Video
Video Length:
00:07:02
Publisher:
IStructE

Tags

Guidance Sustainability & Environment Climate change Video IStructE London HQ

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