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News Reported by Mark Hansford

National 1 May: Shape up for sustainability.

ICE. 9am. Fee payable. Contact John Baines (01923) 282 815.

2 May: Benefiting from risk.

Institution of Structural Engineers.

6pm. Booking essential. Contact Madeline Baldeon (020) 7235 4535.

2 May: The future of project management. Department of civil engineering, City University. 6pm. Booking essential. Contact Ann Masat (01895) 653 067.

7 May: European GIS standards.

ICE. 2pm. Contact Ed Reed (020) 7665 2212 8 May: Remote sensing for flood management. HR Wallingford, Oxfordshire. 1.30pm. Contact Christopher Kiely (020) 7665 2235.

8 May: Is there evidence that climate change will affect the wind climate of the UK?

ICE. 5.30pm. Contact Eunice Waddell (020) 7665 2238.

8 May: River bed patches:

Hydraulics, Ecology and Geomorphology. Loughborough University. Contact S Rice (01509) 222 748.

East Anglia 8 May: Hatfield rail disaster.

Cambridge University. 7pm.

Contact Martha Taylor (01223) 463 687.

East of Scotland 8 May: Papers competition. Fulton Building, University of Dundee.

Contact Richard Williams (0131) 469 3652.

Midlands 2 May: Papers competition.

Midlands Engineering Centre, Birmingham. 6.30pm. Contact Lisa Cheung (0121) 746 6253.

North Western 1 May: Bridging the gap: breaking down barriers between transport and planning. Dukes 92, Castlefield, Manchester. 6.30pm.

Contact Ann Scannell (020) 7665 2229.

South Western 7 May: Papers competition. Read Hall, University of Exeter. 6pm.

Contact Trevor Still (01684) 310 584.

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