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The largest ever Certificate Presentation Ceremony was held in Hong Kong with 251 candidates receiving their Chartership certificates, supported by over 400 guests.
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16 January 2020
After a three-year hiatus, Northern Ireland now sees the return of its Assembly and the appointment of new Ministers to lead each of the government departments.
15 January 2020
ICE’s Davide Stronati was attending COP25 as chair of the World Federation of Engineering Organisations (WFEO) Committee on Engineering and the Environment. This was Davide’s first time attending a COP meeting and in this blog article, he presents four of the key messages which he gathered from the event.
13 January 2020
ICE President Paul Sheffield saw in the early part of 2020 with a visit to Hong Kong - an opportunity to witness the huge enthusiasm that HKSAR's engineering, infrastructure and construction teams give to the ICE.
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This short insight paper explores the role of the infrastructure sector in contributing to the 2050 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions net-zero target, including the range of options for effecting change, alongside the steps being taken in other countries to deliver environmentally sustainable development.
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