Structural Engineers Declare: what it means for education and research

Author: Tim Ibell FIStructE

Date published

8 November 2019

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Structural Engineers Declare: what it means for education and research

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Date published

8 November 2019

Author

Tim Ibell FIStructE

Price

Free

Author

Tim Ibell FIStructE

Past President Tim Ibell discusses what universities should be doing in response to the climate emergency.

Updated 20 May 2020

During this talk Tim outlines the revolution required in engineering education and research to address climate change and the climate emergency.

During his speech he discusses the need to relate all civil engineering degree programmes to five of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Tim also outlines the need to change attitudes in students regarding:

 

  • Operational energy
  • Material efficiency
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Recorded on Thursday 17 October 2019.

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Engineers Declare: what this means for education and research

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00:13:30
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