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Structural Engineers Declare: what this means for structural engineers

Chris Wise FIStructE discusses individual responsibility and how engineers can attempt to affect climate change.

First recorded on Thursday 17 October 2019.

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Engineers Declare: what this means for structural engineers

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00:13:48
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IStructE

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