Introducing "Transition Engineering": A Bold New Approach to the Climate Crisis

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Dr Krumdieck is a professor of mechanical engineering and co-founder of the “Transition Engineering” movement: a new discipline focusing on rapidly delivering the 80% reduction in greenhouse gas production that is necessary to avoid runaway climate change.

There is a growing consensus that urgent action is needed to prevent mass displacement of populations and ecosystem collapse. But what exactly do we need to DO? How will we do it? Who is “we”? Dr Krumdieck’s book, "Transition Engineering: Building a Sustainable Future", provides the missing piece of the puzzle: the operations manual for the carbon downshift.

Period27 Apr 2021

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  • Transition Engineering
  • Energy Transition
  • Net Zero
  • Climate Change
  • Sustainability