Engineering climate justice: how can we contribute to equitable global decarbonisation?

Author: Tom Newby

Date published

9 August 2022

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Engineering climate justice: how can we contribute to equitable global decarbonisation?

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Tom Newby
Date published
9 August 2022
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The Structural Engineer
Date published

9 August 2022

Author

Tom Newby

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Free

In this personal perspective, Tom Newby argues that high-income countries have a moral responsibility to decarbonise faster, and urges structural engineers to advocate for changes in the way infrastructure is designed and built in order to work towards this goal.

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PDF
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3
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Climate change Humanitarian & International Development Leadership Issue 8

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