Why is embodied carbon an issue in construction and what can engineers and contractors to do help reduce emissions and deliver greener designs?
Five ways structural engineers can reduce embodied carbon in their designs
How structural engineers can work to reduce the level of embodied carbon in their structures.
Reducing embodied carbon with Tekla
Design greener and smarter with our embodied carbon assessment tool, developed to help you understand, assess and improve the structure's embodied carbon value at the early design stage.
Assessing embodied carbon, with Tekla
Discover how Tekla software can help engineers and contractors deliver greener designs and help reduce carbon emissions.
Making sense of embodied carbon
What is embodied carbon and why is it an issue in the UK construction industry?
Climate emergency resources from the Institution of Structural Engineers
Structural engineers have a responsibility to help mitigate its effects by changing the way buildings and infrastructure are designed, commissioned and constructed. Discover the range of resources.