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Engineers influence the use and disposal of water both as individuals and as professionals. They conceive solutions to clients’ problems, design and specify the components, and in so doing, determine the carbon footprint of their solution, in most cases for many years. Change has to start now with civil engineering infrastructure if the carbon targets for 2030 and 2050 are to be met.
Dr Jean Venables will talk about how can we achieve carbon zero in the management of water and explore how engineers can contribute to reducing both capital and operational carbon.
This online event is hosted by ICE South West's Dorchester City Club.
To join the webinar, please use the link that will be included in your booking confirmation email.
Jean was Chairman of the Thames Regional Flood Defence Committee, Environment Agency and her passion for flood risk management and the Thames led her to promote the Thames Estuary 2100 Project that created the long-term plan for flood risk management for the next 100 years. She was Chair, Thames Estuary Partnership, an organisation that brings together organisations with competing interests for the benefit of the Thames Estuary.
Jean is a Past ICE President and received the Garth Watson Medal. Jean has received three awards in the UK honours system: the MBE for services to civil engineering, the OBE for services to flood defence, and the CBE for services to the civil engineering profession. She is also a Past President of the British Section, IESF (Société des Ingénieurs et Scientifiques de France). The Universities of Kent, Kingston, Abertay and Nottingham have awarded Jean Honorary Doctorates. In recognition of her extensive work for the ICE on the development of technician engineers, the Jean Venables Medal is awarded by the ICE for the best performance of a candidate in the Technician Engineers Review.
Jean has just stepped down as a member of the ICE Presidential Commission on Governance and Chairman of the Engineering and Environment Committee, WFEO (the World Federation of Engineering Organisations).