25 Nov 2020

Transition Engineering conference: Susan Krumdieck

From Nine To Noon, 9:44 am on 25 November 2020
Carbon dioxide emissions control concept. 3d rendering of co2 cloud on fresh spring meadow with blue sky in background.

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Engineering, tech, business and science are coming together to talk about renewable energy systems and how to transition to net zero within ten years.

The Convergence for a carbon transition 2020-2030 conference  is a transition in itself.

It's a no-fly gathering of minds, live streamed from Invercargill to Auckland, to work out what kind of sustainable future is possible when engineering changes. 

Kathryn is joined by co-founder of the Transition Engineering movement, Professor in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Canterbury, Dr. Susan Krumdieck. 

Also Susan's former Energy Transition Engineering student Millie Robinson, who is carrying on with this work in the community.

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