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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

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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. 

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Christchurch, New Zealand - 
 Critical Peak Demand

Christchurch, New Zealand - Critical Peak Demand

Details  The critical peak demand in Christchurch is in the winter evenings and mornings. The winter air pollution greatly exceeds health standards due to wood burning in about 10% of households. The peak loads are predominantly residential.  More than 40% of housing stock has no insulation. Aside from wood, household end-uses are almost exclusively electric. Electricity prices have been rising substantially. There are several scenarios that could improve security and help to manage costs, but there are also some surprising shift projects that have come out of considering this wicked problem.Tags    Energy Transition   
Coming in 2019: On-line course

Coming in 2019: On-line course

Details  ENME405/605 University of Canterbury
18 Feb - 3 June
Anyone who agrees with the objectives and ethics of GATE can join as an Associate Member. But to gain status as an Engineering Member and be recognised as a professional Transition Engineer, you need to learn the approach to wicked problems, the methodology and tools. Transition Engineering is non-denominational so any accredited undergraduate degree qualification is sufficient.
Link  https://www.canterbury.ac.nz/courseinfo... Tags    InTIME  Course 
Conference: The Big Do

Conference: The Big Do

Date  October 09, 2018Details  That was Amazing! 
Just a week before the IPCC released the report on what we are in for and what we risk by running the planetary thermodynamics into instability - we met, and flipped our perspective and came up with a spectacularly disruptive  Big DO.  

Energy Transition

Energy Transition

Details  The future will not be like the past.
Unsustainable systems often present wicked problems. Transition Engineering creates surprising opportunities and innovative perspectives by taking on wicked problems.

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Energy Transition Engineering Course

Energy Transition Engineering Course

Date  July 15, 2019Details  CPD Credits are available for on-line distance learners. 
There are 21 lectures available that follow the new text book Transition Engineering.  The lectures are recorded and can be watched at any time. Contact us to get access. 
Susan.Krumdieck@canterbury.ac.nz 

Engineer Associate Members

Engineer Associate Members

Details  Gain recognition for awareness of sustainability issues, renewable energy, recycling, and energy efficiency. Associates are in training to learn the Transition Engineering approach and are willing to work in teams on wicked problems and to carry out down-shift projects. 

Candidates for Engineering Associate Membership include:
Engineering Students in any discipline 
Engineers wanting to learn the Transition Engineering Approach
Engineer Members

Engineer Members

Details  Gain recognition for your Education, Experience and Competencies in the Transition Engineering approach and being able to work through wicked problems and innovate down-shift projects.