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Fusion is crucial for a low carbon future for humankind but...

Karoly Tamas Olajos tells international engineering experts that the scale of developing fusion energy needs unique ways of working. 

“We can all learn from managing in a perma-crisis,” says Riskwell...

Managing your business in a crisis has become normal, but that is something we can adapt to, learn from and find opportunities in, says Chris Bird.

Ukraine, pandemic and rising inflation pose practical impacts for construction

As firms keep working in Ukraine, post-pandemic financing proves challenging and governments  suppress inflation data, industry leaders outline some of the real-world consequences. 

Legal limitations as infrastructure industry manages turmoil

Contract clauses, onerous obligations and challenges indexing inflation are highlighted by experts at global conference. 

EBRD, Netherlands and USA back Ukraine energy funding

€372m announced to help repair and enhance Ukraine's energy system against backdrop of damage from Russian invasion. 

FIDIC announces industry summit to deliver COP27 commitments

COP27 started and ended with politics. Now we need industry to take the lead and solve the climate crisis, writes FIDIC CEO Dr Nelson Ogunshakin OBE. 

Can industry reshape its own education?

Talent development is crucial to ensuring the infrastructure industry can sustainably meet the unprecedented challenges the world expects it to meet in the decades ahead. We speak with Michael Broadley, the new General Manager of FIDIC Academy.

Bright future at risk from climate change, says Lagos state governor

Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu: "The journey to drastically cut greenhouse gasses in our city, is a long one, but we cannot afford not to act. The cost of allowing rising sea levels and worsening climate events is too high."

Future leaders: Technological adoption of infrastructure delivery in Colombia  

Best practices aimed at standardisation and better training of staff in the construction of large projects have great potential in Colombia, writes cost and civil engineer Sebastián Santiago. 

Future leaders: Sustainable consulting – maintaining flexibility and improving policies

Michael Walker explains why companies need to be honest and improve their offer to improve their retention, with significant benefits available when they do.
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