ICE hosted the Global Engineering Congress
, the biggest conference in its 200-year history this year, bringing together 3,500 engineers from more than 80 countries to help solve society's problems.
In partnership with WFEO (World Federation of Engineering Organizations), ICE brought thousands of engineers to ICE's headquarters in London to share ideas of how to address the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals
Part of the Institution's ICE 200 bicentenary programme featured 10 Invisible Superheroes
who over the last 200 years have helped build vital infrastructure that's changed the world.
And this is why the GEC was so important - as it's now up to today's engineers to collaborate and change the world of tomorrow.
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 connectivity.
As well as being part of ICE 200, GEC was also part of the 50th anniversary of WFEO, and the UK government's Year of Engineering