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Energy giant Wood part of new initiative helping cities including Glasgow transition to net zero

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The University of Strathclyde, insurance group AIG, and Aberdeen-headquartered energy and engineering services group Wood have teamed up to support cities including Cop26 host Glasgow as they manage the transition to net zero.


The trio will also work with the likes of Milan and Pittsburgh, and a range of industries from energy to telecoms, to develop strategies for improved sustainability and resilience as they transition to zero-carbon economies while withstanding the impact of climate change and extreme weather. Other cities are expected to join the list.


The group’s work will build on the Infrastructure Resilience Framework created by AIG and Wood, which was publicly endorsed by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization at its 2019 Bridge for Cities 4.0 event.

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