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With 97,000 members worldwide, the ICE exists to improve lives by ensuring the world has the engineering capacity and infrastructure systems it needs to enable our planet and our people to thrive.

Date
22 May 2024
Type
Exhibition

Water - From Source to Tap

This exhibition explores the hidden depths of water engineering and the work of behind-the-scenes heroes, who fight fatbergs and flooding, and save lives through the provision of clean water and sanitation. Featuring inspiring examples of water-related projects around the world, the exhibition is p…

Date
13 October 2023
Type
Exhibition

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The exhibition explores the future of infrastructure and the role of civil engineers in helping society respond to the challenges of climate change and meet net zero targets by 2050. Featuring original hand-drawn illustrations and animations, six children talk to TV presenter and engineer Rob Bell a…

Date
21 May 2024

The 14th Brunel International Lecture Series is examining the regional and global challenges of developing resilient and sustainable infrastructure. It kicked off by highlighting the key issues that the series will address on its journey around the world – and how engineers can tackle them.

Date
04 April 2024

The need to embrace whole-systems thinking, to engage with communities and to collaborate with other disciplines to boost climate change resilience were some of the key issues addressed by the European leg of the 14th Brunel Lecture Series.

Date
05 April 2024

The second lecture of the Brunel International Series discussed Africa’s unique challenges in relation to climate change – including population growth, urbanisation and energy needs – and how to take these into account when building resilient infrastructure.

Date
15 May 2024

South East Asia’s highly urbanised coastal settlements are particularly vulnerable to climate-related threats such as typhoons, monsoons and rising sea levels. For the fourth leg of the 14th Brunel lecture series, Abigail Binay, mayor of Makati in the Philippines, shared some of the key insights she…

Date
04 April 2024

The Americas are uniquely vulnerable to natural disasters, including the often devastating impacts of climate change. This leg of the 14th Brunel Lecture Series explored the main environmental threats and considered the most effective ways to make key infrastructure more able to withstand them for t…

Date
04 April 2024

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