UK engineers warn that neglected infrastructure is jeopardising green goals
State of the Nation: Infrastructure 2010
The United Kingdom's infrastructure is in a perilous state that will seriously undermine the government's ability to meet its environmental targets, according to a major audit of the country's energy, water, waste and transport networks undertaken by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
The report comes just a day after a separate study from the Centre for Alternative Technology suggested that the rapid roll out of zero carbon energy and transport infrastructure would allow the UK to slash its greenhouse gas emissions by 90 per cent within 20 years.
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To download the report from the ICE website, click on State of the Nation: Infrastructure 2010.
Posted June 2010