Structural Engineers Declare: what it means for IStructE

Author: Ed Clark FIStructE and Chris Pembridge MIStructE

Date published

8 November 2019

Price
Free

Structural Engineers Declare: what it means for IStructE

Training
Date published

8 November 2019

Author

Ed Clark FIStructE and Chris Pembridge MIStructE

Price

Free

Author

Ed Clark FIStructE and Chris Pembridge MIStructE

How structural engineers' declaration of a climate emergency will affect the work of the Institution's committees, panels and working groups.

Updated 20 May 2020

Ed Clark and Chris Pembridge discuss the implications of the climate emergency for the Institution's Structural Futures Committee, Sustainability Panel, and other working groups.

Recorded on Thursday 17 October 2019.

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Engineers Declare: what this means for The Institution

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Video
Video Length:
00:08:22
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IStructE

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