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Discussions

Discussions

Details  One of the services GATE members can provide is to help people understand realistic forward technology developments and innovations in energy and material transition.Tags    podcast 
Podcast! Energy Transition Engineering

Podcast! Energy Transition Engineering

Details  In this global interconnected world - how do we carry on a conversation? Our podcasts are short conversations about the core topics and difficult concepts in Transition Engineering and especially Energy Transition. Professor Krumdieck is joined by Transition Engineering students and a diverse range of people to discuss the topics they have learned and the projects they have done.
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Prof. Krumdieck is a Radio Pundit

Prof. Krumdieck is a Radio Pundit

Date  December 20, 2020Details  Professor Krumdieck has been a regular pundit on Radio New Zealand throughout 2020. Links to the radio discussions are available here.
The story of GATE

The story of GATE

Details  The story of Transition Engineering is a convergence of professional engineers seeking more impactful approaches to sustainability, and academics searching for a methodology that deals with the complexity of change to address un-sustainability risks and issues. Transition Engineering developed through research in New Zealand in the 2000's. The concept was set out in the IET Prestige Lecture series in 2010. The idea of setting up a professional organization was explored, and the path to the GATE opened in 2014. The GATE gained legal status in 2016 and elected the Trustees in 2017. The website and administration was developed and the GATE opened for membership in 2018.Join Today!
Transition Engineering Video Collection

Transition Engineering Video Collection

Details  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.Tags    Videos