Conor Hubert is a Sustainability Research Engineer at the EDHEC-Risk Climate Impact Institute, working on helping build the science and engineering evidence to understand infrastructure's sustainability risks. He develops engineering-based research and analysis into the physical and financial risks to infrastructure that arise from its carbon emissions, environmental impacts and vulnerability to a changing climate. Conor joined us from BuroHappold Engineering where he worked as Sustainability Consultant. He worked on a number of city- and district-level masterplans creating sustainability strategies to serve the development in a sustainable and people-centric way whilst taking into account phasing and cost planning. Conor holds a MEng in Civil Engineering from the University of Bristol.