Tag : Sustainability
Engineers discuss UN development goals Subscription
More than 2,500 delegates from 82 countries met at the Global Engineering Congress in October at the ICE to discuss how the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can be achieved.
Circular Economy | Infrastructure's RoleSubscription
The circular economy aims to retain materials in use as long as possible. Can infrastructure play its part?
New ways of collaborating and sharing information are vital to the circular economy’s success.
How can the construction industry rethink its approach to projects to embrace circular economy techniques and reduce its unsustainable use of resources?
The World Federation of Engineering Organisations president Marlene Kanga discusses how engineers can contribute to sustainable development.
This month’s Global Engineering Congress in London will focus on how engineers can help to deliver the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Engineers have developed a prototype large scale sustainable municipal building, constructed using timber.
A report from lobby group UK Stakeholders for Sustainable Development has highlighted the UK’s underperformance against the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including those which relate to the built environment.
The government is investing £1.5bn by 2020 in a number of “ambitious” measures to pave the way for ultra low emission vehicles, including charging points in new homes and lampposts.
Plans to build a metro line beneath Cambridge have been dismissed as “destructive, disruptive and prohibitively expensive” in an independent report commissioned by the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC).