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FIDIC launched its fifth State of the World report, Net zero – what next?, at a webinar on 28 October 2021, which asked what is next after net zero 

 

Dear colleagues

FIDIC’s latest State of the World report
Net Zero – What next?

FIDIC launched its fifth State of the World report, Net zero – what next?, at a webinar on 28 October 2021, which asked what is next after net zero and discussed the kind of ambitions the engineering sector and society should be looking to achieve going forward.

Commenting on the State of the World net zero report, FIDIC president Anthony Barry said: “The climate challenge we face is global and significant and that is why FIDIC has taken the decision to publish a Climate Change Charter and also to ensure that our core value of sustainability is built into all FIDIC’s activity.” Barry also highlighted that though 2020/2021 will be remembered for the Covid pandemic, another important emerging trend has also been developing, namely an increase in the "recognition, perception and importance of addressing the climate emergency".

FIDIC’s latest State of the World report, Net Zero – What next?
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FIDIC launched its fifth State of the World report, Net zero – what next?, at a webinar on 28 October 2021, which asked what is next after net zero 

 

Dear colleagues

FIDIC’s latest State of the World report
Net Zero – What next?

FIDIC launched its fifth State of the World report, Net zero – what next?, at a webinar on 28 October 2021, which asked what is next after net zero and discussed the kind of ambitions the engineering sector and society should be looking to achieve going forward.

Commenting on the State of the World net zero report, FIDIC president Anthony Barry said: “The climate challenge we face is global and significant and that is why FIDIC has taken the decision to publish a Climate Change Charter and also to ensure that our core value of sustainability is built into all FIDIC’s activity.” Barry also highlighted that though 2020/2021 will be remembered for the Covid pandemic, another important emerging trend has also been developing, namely an increase in the "recognition, perception and importance of addressing the climate emergency".

Against this background, FIDIC has taken action to produce its latest State of the World report and also a new Climate Change Charter which will be launched very soon. FIDIC urges the industry and FIDIC member associations to sign up to the charter to strengthen the global response to climate change.

 

Watch the full launch webinar recording on the link below.

 

 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all reviewers, contributors and speakers to the report - FIDIC president, Anthony Barry, Peter Guthrie, professor at Cambridge University, Rowan Palmer of UNEP, Denise Bower executive director, external engagement, Mott MacDonald, José Aparicio president & managing director Siemens Energy Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean and Jeshika Ramchund, Bosch Projects (Pty) Ltd, Idriss Kathrada, Conseil & audit énergie-climat-environnement & eco-innovation, Natalie Muir, General Manager - Water and Environment Cardno, María Rózpide, Typsa, Tracey Ryan, Managing Director, Aurecon, Stéphanie Groen, Director, Coastal and Climate Change Asia, Aurecon, Collins Kibira, civil engineer, Queensland and Leeds Consulting Engineers and offer special thanks to Graham Pontin, FIDIC head of economics and strategic policy, who is responsible for the planning and delivery of the new State of the World report series.

FIDIC is also keen to engage the global construction and infrastructure industry on the issues raised in our State of the World reports and the conclusions and proposals we are putting forward on a range of important issues facing our industry. We would welcome your feedback on this latest report, so please do get in touch with us at
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With best wishes,

Dr Nelson Ogunshakin
FICE, CEng, FREng, OBE 
Chief Executive, FIDIC

 

Click here to download FIDIC’s fifth 2021 State of the World report, Net Zero - what next?

 

Read a full news report on the launch webinar here

 

Read a full media summary on Infrastructure Global here

 

 

 

 

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