The Institution of Structural Engineers
The Institution is the world's largest membership organisation dedicated to structural engineering.
Seven years have passed since the Paris Agreement where the overarching goal was set to hold “the increase in the global average temperature to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels” and try “to limit the temperature increase to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.” To stay below 1.5 °C of global warming, emissions need to be cut by roughly 50% by 2030, which is now seven years away. During this talk, the panel will discuss where Australia is on this journey through the lenses of people, processes, and technology.
This event has been jointly organised by the ICE New South Wales Association and IStructE.
Acknowledgement of country, welcome and introduction
Short talks on people, process and technology
Q&A and concluding remarks
Associate and structural embodied carbon tool developer
UNSW Built Environment
head of school
Associate professor Philip Oldfield, Head of School at UNSW Built Environment and member of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH).
Principal Engineer and Design Manager
In the heart of Belfast is a testament to time, resilience, and community spirit—Templemore Baths, the only surviving Victorian baths of its kind on the island of Ireland. Join us on a captivating journey through its transformation—a triumph of restoration, and an investment in the community's future.
This event is primarily for those living and working in Republic of Ireland who are planning on achieving Incorporated or Chartered Membership with the ICE.