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£15.00 - Non-MemberSustainability of the built environment requires multidisciplinary, international and interdisciplinary work over many decades using both technical and humanistic approaches. Sustainable development needs a living language that is readily understood by all people. It also calls for an ethical stance and, very often, the confidence to depart from the norm. Learn More
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£25.00 - Non-MemberClimate change is widely accepted as one of the greatest challenges facing the world today. Since the signing of the Kyoto Protocol in 1997, governments and world leaders have committed to reducing the output of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases in massive amounts, having a profound effect on most industries and in the development of technology to meet this aim.
<i>A short guide to embodied carbon in building structures</i> provides essential guidance to structural engineers about how they can reduce the carbon footprint of structures, focusing mainly on embodied energy and carbon associated directly with the structure. Learn More