Sustainable development knowledge
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You may find the following IChemE groups and initiatives of interest for your ongoing CPD and knowledge awareness on topics that relate to sustainability.
Sustainability Special Interest Group
The Sustainability Special Interest Group aims to make sustainable development a core concept in the teaching and practice of chemical engineering.
As 2022 marks the centenary of the Institution of Chemical Engineers, we are celebrating our profession and the members who have shaped it. Through personal accounts, thought-provoking articles and a programme of webinars, we highlight the impact of chemical engineering and the ideas and solutions being developed for a hopeful future.
IChemE Climate Change Position Statement
Aiming to take a lead role in tackling climate change, IChemE has developed a position statement with the commitment to work with all stakeholders, from governments to communities around the world, to deliver a fair, safe and sustainable future.
Chemical engineering matters. Its contribution to the advancement of society is clear to see in every home, hospital, school, factory and high street across the world. Looking forward, societal improvement and protection, as set out in the Global Grand Challenges for Engineering, will require us to play our part and provide our expertise in collaboration with others to deliver solutions that will have a positive impact, globally.
Learned Society Priority Topics
The Learned Society Priority Topics document identifies three topics for IChemE to concentrate its delivery on to drive progress towards achieving the vision set out by Strategy 2024.
The Macnab-Lacey Prize is awarded to the undergraduate student design project team whose design project submission best shows how chemical engineering practice can contribute to a more sustainable world.