For the first time, this year’s Inspiring Community Leaders training series featured a workshop hosted by Engineers Without Borders International, investigating engineering ethics and the future of engineering education.
Next steps to becoming a globally responsible engineer
During our Inspiring Community Leaders series, we invited professionals from across the sector to tell us about their experiences, including how they landed their first job to how they ended up where they are today.
Member opportunity! As a member, you have the opportunity to contribute your voice to shape our future and influence the engineering sector to be more globally responsible. We are now inviting our members to contribute to a review of the Engineering Council’s revised Guidance on Risk.
Sign up to attend our Inspiring Community Leaders training series, which will engage a network of students and academics within the Engineers Without Borders community and inspire them to continue to drive forward the movement for globally responsible engineering.
We asked The Gold Design Award winners of the Designathon, Mairéad, Matt and Julia about their experience, the lessons they have learnt and what advice they would give to students looking to participate in the future.
A sustainable web supports sustainable development
If the internet were a country, it would be the sixth most polluting country in the world. We invite expert Tom Greenwood to investigate how can we harness the benefits of digital technology to support sustainable development, without exacerbating current ecological crises.