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.
Join us at the Africa region lecture of our 14th Brunel International Lecture series.
ICE & ICSI reveal keynote speakers to deliver the first lecture in the 2022/23 Brunel International Lecture series.
Join us at the highly anticipated opening event of the ICE 14th Brunel International Lecture Series.
PAS 2080 – the standard for managing carbon in building and infrastructure – is currently open for review. The amended document will be published later in 2022, following public consultation this summer.
This article was authored by Paul Astle, Associate at Ramboll, and was originally published on the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) website at this link. What is the Low Carbon […]
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 […]
Some 70% of carbon emissions worldwide can be linked to infrastructure. Civil engineers, as the designers, builders and maintainers of this infrastructure, have a duty to minimise the harmful impacts […]
Several new initiatives have been inspired by the global discussions on climate change, while the virtual format gained record-breaking attendance. The engineering sector is ready to make the changes needed […]
Register now to hear Seth Schultz deliver the Institution of Civil Engineers’ closing Brunel Lecture (17/1), reflecting on his year-long journey with ICE President, Ed McCann, and on how the engineering community can deliver a carbon-neutral and resilient society.
Panellists from Australia and New Zealand discussed collaboration, speaking out, and diversity during the final leg of the virtual Brunel lecture series.
The penultimate leg of the touring Brunel International Lecture Series took place virtually in South East Asia this week, where panellists discussed how increased creativity and collaboration was needed to tackle climate change.
The latest ICE Brunel lecture in South Asia, with Seth Schultz, argued that the cost of ‘inaction’ was greater than the cost of action, when it comes to the climate crisis.
On 1 September the ICE International Brunel Lecture Series moves its focus to South Asia. The lecture will be given by Resilience Shift CEO, Seth Schultz. He will be joined by a panel of experts from the region for discussion and questions in the second half of the session.
Professor Paul Jowitt shares his reflections on what makes an engineer today, why ‘lessons learned’ about failure don’t seem to be, and how systems thinking is fundamental to resilience.