Addressing the biodiversity emergency: what role can structural engineers play?

Author: Natasha Watson and Mike Sefton

Date published

2 August 2021

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Addressing the biodiversity emergency: what role can structural engineers play?

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Natasha Watson and Mike Sefton
Date published
2 August 2021
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Free
The Structural Engineer
Author

Natasha Watson and Mike Sefton

Date published

2 August 2021

Author

Natasha Watson and Mike Sefton

Price

Free

Natasha Watson and Mike Sefton introduce biodiversity concepts and explain how structural engineers can influence design and construction decisions at each stage of a project to ensure that biodiversity is protected.

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
5
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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TSE Article Type Sustainability & Environment Climate change Issue 8

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