Our Australian counterpart:
Society for Sustainability and Environmental Engineering – http://www.ssee.org.au/
- Environmental Engineering is a rapidly growing, multi-disciplinary branch of engineering, concerned with devising, implementing and managing solutions to protect and restore the environment, within an overall framework of sustainable development. The Society for Sustainability and Environmental Engineering (SSEE) is a society of Engineers Australia (trading name for the Institution of Engineers Australia).
Professor Peter Guthrie, University of Cambridge Centre for Sustainable Development – http://www-csd.eng.cam.ac.uk/
- The Centre for Sustainable Development at CambridgeUniversity Engineering Department was established in 2000, following support provided by the Royal Academyof Engineering for introducing concepts of sustainability over all our undergraduate engineering courses.
Prof Jorge Vanegas, Dean and Director
- Center for Housing and Urban Development (CHUD)
- Texas A&M College of Architecture – http://www.arch.tamu.edu/
- With approximately 1,900 students, the College of Architecture at Texas A&M University is one of the largest colleges of its kind in the United States, offering a comprehensive catalog of prominently ranked graduate and undergraduate programs in the design, planning, construction, land development and visualization professions.
ARUP – http://www.arup.com/
Jean and Roger Venables – http://www.crane-environmental.co.uk/
- Crane Environmental is pioneering in the field of sustainability in construction. Over the past 15 years we have been involved in some of the most innovative industry initiatives aimed at improving the sustainability performance in building and civil engineering.