The shorthand for this movement is The BigDO.
Videos, Lectures, Seminars, Webinars
Over the years many of the key fundamentals of the Transition Engineering rationale, approach and methods have been presented in lectures that were captured and uploaded to YouTube. Each of these presentations was made to a specific audience for a specific purpose at a different point in the emergence of the Transition Engineering discipline. We hope you enjoy the archive of thought represented in this video collection.
Video: Transition Engineering Basics 2019
Webinar: Engineering New Zealand 2020
Motivation & Concepts
Transition Engineering has emerged as a field because the old way of thinking about sustainability was not adequately addressing un-sustainability. Once that key idea came to light, then we developed and tested the 7-Step methodology and started discovering innovative ideas and doing shift projects. The key motivations and concepts were captured by different groups over the last few years and posted on youtube.
Video: Confronting the Status Quo Advice to Business Leaders on how to understand we are at a point of historical energy transition
Video: Scenarios, the 7-Step Perspective, Bacteria in the Jar Biophysical Economics and Anthropogenic System Dynamics
Video: The Ultimate Challenge NZ Business Leaders A challenge of how business leaders perceive the political and social choices of energy transition
Video: Transition Scenarios and EROI Resourcefulness is the resource to exploit for the Energy Transition - Story of the Titanic
Examples of Transition Engineering Projects
Transition Grenoble, France Videos:
Project Introduction and Description of the Transition Engineering Method (First 20 minutes in French)
Explanation of the InTIME Process and Shift Project results 5 Disruptive Discoveries presented for the city transition
Workshop Results - Local stakeholders develop 2 of the disruptive ideas into shift projects "Place Finder" and "Future Citizens"
Video: 600 Year Housing Shift Project - Rural Region in New Zealand, Engineers without Borders Conference
Video: Example - Urban Re-Development From the Ground Up project in Christchurch, New Zealand