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Who: Behnam Taebi, a professor of energy and climate ethics and scientific director of the Safety & Security Institute at Delft University of Technology is the author of a monograph on Ethics and Engineering published by Cambridge University Press this year. He is a member of the OECD Expert Group on Transdisciplinary Research for Addressing Global Challenges.
Topic: Why corporates need to think about ethics and engineering .
Quote: “Ethics of engineering 2.0 should help individual engineers better take into account not just risks to the company but societal risks.”