Nottingham launches free sustainability course
The University of Nottingham is offering a free course on sustainability as part of a new venture in social online learningThe university is part of FutureLearn, an online platform offering free course content from the top universities in the UK. The course, entitled Sustainability, society and you, explores sustainabilit
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Career profile: Jon Frederick Treacher, PIEMA, MCIWM
Sustainability lead assessor, tunnels and underground infrastructure, COWI
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