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“Highlight the business and national opportunities from addressing climate change” –...
We talk hydrogen, renewables and transforming regulatory and financial systems to overcome climate change, with the sustainable energy project director at intec.
“Climate outcomes will require funding for learning and skills adaptation” Mark...
WSP’s Chief Executive Officer for UK & EMEA tells Infrastructure Global that industry must work with government, implement sustainable solutions for the future, and help address the rapid skills transition needed to address climate change.
“Engineers must actively demonstrate climate leadership” Dr Sarah Ingle
ACEI Secretary General talks to Infrastructure Global about changing the way clients think, public demand for climate justice and the importance of sharing project practices that enhance equality for women, the poor and vulnerable minorities.
“Net zero 2025 is the right thing to do”, says Aurecon’s...
Aurecon’s New Zealand Managing Director & FIDIC Chair of Sustainability Committee talks climate risk, biomimicry and the need for a holistic approach to circularity, decarbonisation and resilience as Aurecon progresses towards its own net zero commitment.
COP26: Coal and cash disappoint, other outcomes may compensate.
Commitments don't go far enough but more regular reporting and strong industry engagement are cause for optimism.
Making the social value case for greener buildings
Groundbreaking report highlights why real estate businesses can’t afford not to invest in sustainability. The World Green Building Council (WorldGBC), a global network accelerating sustainability...
FIDIC president: “Engineers need to step up and take a lead...
We interview Tony Barry, president of international engineering body, FIDIC, as they launch a global Climate Change Charter for engineers, companies and projects.
“Engineers will be the best guarantors of efficiency in turning resources...
FIDIC vice president, Luis Villarroya, tells Infrastructure Global that we need governments to set a clear path on climate change, and that engineers must get better at telling the world about their solutions and impact.
Global engineering climate change charter launched
International engineering federation FIDIC (the International Federation of Consulting Engineers) has launched a transformative plan of action for the global engineering industry to decarbonise.
AIIB approves $100m for Uzbekistan energy supply and security
At COP26, the ADB launches new fund to drive mitigation investments, including the deployment of low-carbon technologies.