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Infrastructure  Climate Vulnerability Reports Now Available

The WFEO Committee on Engineering and the Environment has released two reports which assess infrastructure climate risks and vulnerabilities for a sewage treatment system in Costa Rica and four highway bridges in Honduras.
These infrastructures were assessed using an assessment tool known as the PIEVC Protocol, which was developed by Engineers Canada. Executive Summaries of the reports can be accessed here. Some of them are also in Spanish. For further information on the PIEVC Protocol or the reports contact David Lapp, FEC, P.Eng., WFEO-CEE Secretary at Engineers Canada (david.lapp[at]engineerscanada.ca).


Participate in WES 2015 Photography Competition

The Singapore Engineers Photography Club is inviting amateur and professional photographers as well as the general public to submit photos "About Climate Change".
Subscribe to the WES 2015 Photo Competition here


WFEO Model Code of Practice Webinars

WFEO and Engineers Canada will host webinars to train you to become a presenter of the Model Code of Practice for Sustainable Development and Environmental Stewardship


Welcome to Engr. Mustafa B. Shehu FNSE as the new president of FAEO

Welcome to Engr. Mustafa B. Shehu, FNSE as the new president of FAEO

Read the letter of congratulation from the President of Federal Republic of Nigeria, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan.


Second European Engineers Day

The European Engineers’ Federations ECCE, ECEC and FEANI organized this unique event under the theme "Mobile Engineers build an Innovative Europe"


Report on Open Data for Science and Sustainability in Developing Countries International Workshop 2014


WFEO E-Newsletter 7 October 2014


Discover the latest topics and news that matter in the Engineering World.

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WECC 2015 first circular


Discover the first circular from the World Engineering Conference and Convention WECC 2015.


Dr. Marlene Kanga has been appointed as a Member in the General Division of the Order of Australia


New partnership to promote accreditation with International Engineering Alliance

In April, the International Engineering Alliance and the World Federation of Engineering Organizations signed a Memorandum of Understanding


Engineering and the Environment Committee Newsletter – Spring 2014

"Engineers can initiate programs to maximize energy efficiency and reduce demand, thereby reducing users' costs for energy and lowering GHG emissions."

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Prof. Dr. Ke Gong, Vice-President of WFEO, has been appointed to the Scientific Advisory Board of the Secretary-General of the United Nations

Gong Ke was in Berlin on 31st January to attend its Inaugural Meeting where Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called for the science and technology communities to improve policy-making on sustainable development, reducing inequality and extreme poverty.


The WFEO Model Code of Practice for Sustainable Development and Environmental Stewardship was adopted at the September 2013 General Assembly. It lists ten principles available in English, French, Spanish, Arabic and Chinese.

The Model Code includes an Interpretive Guide that is available in English, Spanish and Chinese.

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