The world urgently needs to take action on climate change and engineers have a vital role to play in delivering clean water, sustainable energy and a connected world.
In October, ICE and the World Federation of Engineering Organisations (WFEO) are bringing together the worldwide community to look at how we can trigger real change and deliver the outcomes specified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
At the GEC you will collaborate with global engineers, national and international policy makers, asset owners and experts from across the built environment. Using the combined platforms of ICE and WFEO, it is an unmissable opportunity to learn from international peers, forge connections and contribute to a plan that tackles the big global challenges.
The GEC offers 5 full days of multi-streamed content. 2,000-plus engineers will take part in a practical programme designed to produce answers that can improve the lives of millions around the world.
Taking place at ICE in London, GEC is part of our ICE 200 bicentenary programme, the 50th anniversary of WFEO and the UK Government’s Year of Engineering.
Why you should attend the GEC
- Gain an understanding of global challenges and blockers
- Play your part in agreeing actions the global community needs to take
- Network with experts from engineering, government and the worldwide built environment
- Plan for changes affecting the profession – and your career
- Share your expertise on an international stage
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