Net Zero 2030 isn’t going to happen by itself – it will require a lot of work, with lots of amazing engineers to solve a myriad of challenges.
From figuring out how to insulate old houses well, to designing and building new energy distribution grids – at the “Sustainability solutions – Green Jobs in Engineering and Technology” event, 12 Oct 2021, local engineers discussed the engineering skills needed to address the Climate and Ecological Emergency.
Dr Laura Fogg-Rogers, UWE Bristol, hosted the online event as part of DETI Inspire’s youth climate engineering summit – all about inspiring the next generation of sustainability-minded engineers (read more about the summit here).
The three talks were focused on:
- The need for jobs in energy, and the transition challenge – Associate Professor Ruzanna Chitchyan, UoB Cabot Institute
- How insulating our homes is a huge but necessary task for our workforce and all homeowners – Dr Deborah Adkins, UWE Bristol
- How we need investment in jobs and skills now – Denis Fernando, Climate campaigner at Friends of the Earth
Watch two of the inspiring talks below and see how you can contribute to our future!