State of the Nation 2021 will explore and discuss how civil engineers can contribute to the reduction of harmful emissions in the built environment.
In the run-up to its October publication, the report's steering group, led by ICE President Rachel Skinner, will explore successful civil engineering solutions that enable low carbon choices for society.
It will also bring together latest thinking around influencing behaviour to reduce carbon and reach net zero, building primarily on insights and evidence produced through The Carbon Project and Infrastructure Carbon Review.
By exploring options to influence behaviour to reach net zero, ICE wants to shape the thinking of key industry stakeholders and policymakers responsible for setting future low carbon strategies thereby influencing clients, the private and public sectors, and ultimately the entire supply chain.
Reports from the regional workshops - 13 July 2021
As part of State of the Nation’s research process, ICE held a series of virtual workshops across the UK regions, starting this month. Find out more about how they went and the discussion points raised below.