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About Transition Engineering

About Transition Engineering

Details  Our energy and material systems provide huge benefits and conveniences, and they make money. But they also are unsustainable, incur unacceptable external costs, and pose environmental and social risks. Transition Engineering is an emerging discipline across all of the technology enterprise. There are tens of thousands of professionals around the world who want to be part of the transition to a sustainable future. Let's come together into the discipline of delivering the projects for transition.

AFFILIATE

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ANYONE who supports the objectives of Energy and Material Transition is encouraged to register a GATE Affiliate. Simply create your profile at LOGIN. 

Affiliates are welcome to support the operations and work of GATE either by volunteering their time or by making a financial donation.

Please get in touch if you'd like to get involved as a volunteer; you could set up a local Transition Engineering group, a student interest group, offer to share your particular skills to further the work of GATE. 

Registration is FREE  Donations are Tax-Deductible

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Engineering Practice for Social Responsibility

Engineering Practice for Social Responsibility

Details  Prevent what is preventable.
Safety Engineering was the first evolution of engineering for prevention. Transition Engineering projects have a primary requirement of preventing catastrophic climate change.
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GATE International CO2Nferense

GATE International CO2Nferense

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GATE Global CO2Nference   

24 HOURS AROUND THE WORLD

We have an idea for a Shift Project! We are developing a new concept for a way to carry out conferences that does not involve flying between continents. Watch this space as we work out the design details, find technology providers who want to develop the new IT and organization app, and the international chain who wants to deliver the venue services. 



Is 2020 the Last Stand?

Is 2020 the Last Stand?

Details  Sorry - that is a depressing way to start the new year. I should be wishing you all a Happy New Year. But I found myself reflecting on reaching 2020 and how much change there has been in the engineering professions in response to the science of global warming, species loss, habitat destruction, resource scarcity and social inequity.