Mini-Lectures on TE Fundamentals
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 "asteroid heading towards Earth" 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
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
One of the really important steps in the 7-Step InTIME Method is the Step 3 Critical Analysis of Scenarios.
Webinar: The Hydrogen Promise in Transport - Hope or Hype? - Swinburne Commons
Transition Engineering for Schools
The EducCate Global Network is offering a workshop session on Transition Engineering for middle and high school teachers worldwide.
Session: Energy and Material Transition
GATE webinars challenge professionals (engineers, ecologists, social scientists, economists and others) to change their professional behaviour, as well as seeking to change "consumer" behaviour. How you do your work is a behaviour of course, and Transition Engineering is how to do your work to lead to a sustainable future.
Taking action on climate change is about consumer choices, or political leadership or corporate behaviour, isn't it? Reducing the future risks of catastrophic effects of global warming is the responsibility of international leaders and activist groups, isn't it? Aren't engineers just supposed to do what the market and their employers want? These presentations by Professor Krumdieck answers these questions in a surprising way.
COP26 IMechE Event Introduction to Transition Engineering
Heriot-Watt University The new Transition Lab in Orkney.
Sustainable Schools Podcast Episode 16 What are you doing to Transition Engineer your Economy?
Behaviour Change and Sustainability What is the Role of Behaviour in Transition?
U.S Energy Video Podcast What is Transition Engineering for Oil & Gas?
Engineers New Zealand Webinar Transition to Net Zero in 10 Years?
Engineers Ireland Webinar Revolution in 4 Parts
Invited Presentation France Can you save the Titanic? Shift project example in Grenoble France
Presentation to Business Leaders Confronting the Status Quo and understanding EROI
Engineering New Zealand Webinar Introducing Transition Engineering
HappenFilms Video Podcast Rethinking the Role of Renewable Energy in the Climate Emergency