2019 Transition Engineering Convergence

It must be clear by now that action on climate change is needed, that society expects that somebody will take action, and that the only people who can effectively and rationally change the unsustainable systems we are all using are the people who know how they work. 

It is time for Transition Engineering to emerge as a field and for Transition Engineers to converge. 


The shift project is a hallmark of TE. This convergence is actually a big shift project. The no-fly e-CO2Nference was actually first developed by Susan Krumdieck, Shannon Page and the organising team of the Signs of Change in 2010. Watch a documentary about it HERE.

If you have watched the on-line lectures, read the book, Transition Engineering, or want to experience the InTIME methodology in action, then register your interest in attending the Convergence with Susan.krumdieck@canterbury.ac.nz by 10 Nov.