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2nd Conference 19 Sept 2018

2nd Conference 19 Sept 2018

Details  The Big Do
19 Sept 2018

Conference Venues: 
Bristol University, UK. 8:30am - 5:30 pm 
Canterbury University, NZ, 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Webcast - Going Global

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2nd Conference 19 Sept 2018

2nd Conference 19 Sept 2018

Details  The Big Do
19 Sept 2018

Conference Venues: 
Bristol University, UK. 8:30am - 5:30 pm 
Canterbury University, NZ, 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Webcast - Going Global

Tags    Meetings 
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.

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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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Big Do in Dunedin

Big Do in Dunedin

Date  May 28, 2019Details  Public lecture and open discussion 
Professor Susan Krumdieck has been invited to give a keynote address to the New Zealand Minerals Forum. The oil extractors are going to hear about the sunset of their industry. But there is a twist. In this talk she will open up a new perspective on the future we know is looming up at us. 

Link  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZrPDKT...
Book Available

Book Available

Details  This book is essential reading for all engineers in all disciplines. The world wants a future with less than 1.5C global warming, clean air and water, healthy food, and equitable energy. Successful engineered systems are the greatest risk to the future the world wants. This book enables a massive transformational perspective shift: Prevent what is preventable.  
Review Article in NewsRoom.pro
Webinar on Transition Engineering
Review by IMechE
Link  https://www.routledge.com/Transition-En...