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Engineers for Social Responsibility Inc. is an independent group of engineers who consider that being knowledgeable in the field of technology means that they also have a special obligation to the public at large. This includes raising the awareness of the engineering profession to the consequences of its activities and explaining and discussing the ramifications of developments in engineering and engineering works to the public. In these days of greater accountability, the professional can no longer hide behind a mask of “professionalism”.


Coming Events


Climate Change - New Zealand Needs to do Better

A new Paper has been uploaded to the Members Papers page of this website.

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Hot News

Submission on the Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Bill

The ESR Submission on the Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Bill is now on the Submissions page of this website.


June 2019 ESR Newsletter

The June 2019 Newsletter is now online on the Newsletters page of this website.


April 2019 ESR Newsletter

The April 2019 Newsletter is now online on the Newsletters page of this website.


February 2019 ESR Newsletter

The February 2019 Newsletter is now online on the Newsletters page of this website.


New Paper in Climate Change section

A new Paper, 20. Carbon Dynamics in NZ's Native Forests by Joanna Buswell, is now available on the Climate Change page of this website.


Submission on the Process Heat Paper

The ESR submission on the Process Heat in NZ: Opportunities and Barriers to Lowering Emissions, is now on the Submissions page of this website.


Submission on the CPTPP Amendment Bill

Our submission on the CPTPP Amendment Bill is now online on the Submissions Page.


The Kiwi Bottle Drive

The PowerPoint slides of our 20 June 2018 public lecture, The Kiwi Bottle Drive, are now online on the Members' Papers page.

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ESR is now on Facebook

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https://www.facebook.com/EngineersForSocialResponsibility.

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