Transition Engineering - The Big DO
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Transition Engineering - The Big DO

19/09/2018
When: 19th September 2018
8:30am - 5:30pm
Where: NSQI Conference Room
University of Bristol, Centre for Nanoscience and Quantum Information
5 Tyndall Avenue
Bristol, Somerset  BS8 1FD
United Kingdom

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There is consensus THAT change is needed.

Transition Engineering shows us HOW change will happen.

It's easy to TALK about change - at this event we will DO change.

The central work of this conference will be a co-working exercise in the UK, in New Zealand and online, in which we will work out how an organisation that's central to the necessary changes can transition to a sustainable and prosperous post-fossil-energy future.

This is the second annual conference of GATE; we ask all participants to enrol as members so that we can provide the tools and support to help you to make change happen.

The event starts early in the UK to allow us to run a live video link with colleagues in New Zealand, for whom the event is late in the evening. Please arrange to be at the event early; registration is from 08:30, the event starts at 09:00, we will be live online and with New Zealand from 09:00.

This is our “Big DO” – and it’s also a global “no-flying” conference!

A Global Association for Transition Engineering event. What is Transition Engineering? Find out here »

 

Registration

You can join the conference as an online delegate for free, or join the conference in Bristol for a nominal charge for catering - the choice is yours! Just don't fly to attend... 

Registration is available via EventBrite »

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