ICSI was delighted to host a number of events at COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, where we worked alongside friends and partners to drive the adaptation and resilience agenda.
A series of regional forums kicked off in Addis Ababa this week, aimed at accelerating financial flows to the projects needed to accelerate financial flows to the projects needed to reduce emissions, build climate resilience and advance the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.
On 28 June we held the ICSI Summit 2022, a virtual event hosted by the Institution of Civil Engineers. Marking a milestone on the road to COP27, the ICSI Summit […]
The recent reports from the UN’s climate science body, the IPCC, show that the timeframes for addressing climate change are narrowing and the next eight years will be critical. With […]
By the Climate Champions Team Have you ever imagined a world without water? For many on the African continent, it is not a dream but a devastating reality. Water is […]
Authors: Andy Deacon and Savina Carluccio Scaling up and improving urban infrastructure can deliver considerable social, economic and environmental benefits. Yet, there is a significant gap between identifying projects for […]
Image caption: COP26 introduced pledges that are changing the way the civil engineering industry works. Image credit: Rafapress/Shutterstock This article was authored by Prof. Jim Hall, professor of climate and […]
The question of how to make infrastructure more resilient against climate change is at the core of ICSI’s work. As the planet heats up, the scale, scope, and severity of […]
In this short video, Keynote speakers COP26 High-Level Climate Champions Gonzalo Muñoz, Chile, and Nigel Topping, UK, emphasised to participants at the ICSI Fall 2020 Symposium, the importance of engineers […]
In this short video, Rachel Skinner, Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) President, reiterated the announcement from her presidential address ‘Shaping Zero: towards Net Zero carbon for infrastructure’ that ICE is […]