The Royal Academy of Engineering has welcomed the Prime Minister’s announcement of a ten point plan for a ‘Green Industrial Revolution’. A resilient, net-zero recovery will be vital in setting the UK on the right pathway to meet its target of net-zero territorial emissions by 2050, as set out in the National Engineering Policy Centre’s recent paper Beyond COVID-19: laying the foundations for a net zero recovery. While the pandemic is having a damaging impact on the economy and society, it also presents a window of opportunity to accelerate progress towards net-zero through changes to our built environment and our infrastructure systems, including energy, transport and digital communications.
#ThisIsEngineering - Paralympic gold medallist @JonniePeacock’s blade to become first exhibit in a new virtual museum, being developed by the Royal Academy of Engineering (@RAEngNews) to help tackle engineer shortage in the UK
Infrastructure, low-carbon energy and skills top priorities for investment
The government’s Spending Review should include support for innovation, especially to achieve the aims of net zeroemissions, resilient infrastructure and nationwide digitalisation, according to recommendations published by the National Engineering Policy Centre (NEPC) today (30 Sept).
The Royal Academy of Engineering has today announced the appointment of four new Research Chairs and two Senior Research Fellows at universities across the UK who will spend the next five years working with some of the world’s largest companies to tackle a broad spectrum of engineering challenges.
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