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A historical perspective of contradictory statements from politicians and bureaucrats.

A historical perspective of the coal industry in Australia and the chopping and changing of climate policy. BZE radio talks to Marc Hudson: Marc is studying the strategic responses of the Australian coal industry to the challenge of climate change. He is in the final year of a PhD at the Sustainable Consumption Institute: Manchester [...]

By | 11 Nov 2016|Technology Show|Comments Off on A historical perspective of contradictory statements from politicians and bureaucrats.

What has a Tupperware party to do with climate change

How can we influence people on climate. BZE radio talks to Imogen Jubb. Imogen has recently joined BZE as National Manager of our Zero Carbon Communities Project. She came to her position with qualifications from the Unis of Canberra, ANU and Sydney and as a communication specialist with the ACF, the Bureau of Meteorology and [...]

By | 04 Nov 2016|Technology Show|Comments Off on What has a Tupperware party to do with climate change

Imogen Jubb

Imogen Jubb, National Manager, Zero Carbon Communities Program Imogen.Jubb@bze.org.au Imogen is a communication specialist who provides climate change and sustainability advice to organisations including: the Australian Conservation Foundation, the Bureau of Meteorology, CSIRO and the Moreland Energy Foundation. She has published articles in The Age, SBS, Huffington Post and The Fifth Estate, worked as television [...]

By | 11 Oct 2016|Team Members|Comments Off on Imogen Jubb

Climate change and east coast low-pressure systems: Acacia Pepler: Podcast

BZE radio talks to: Acacia Pepler:  a PhD student at the University of New South Wales Climate Change Research Centre. She's studying extreme rainfall and low-pressure systems on the east coast of Australia (East Coast Lows). Her research is focused on why & how East Coast Lows develop, including the importance of the Great Dividing [...]

By | 14 Sep 2016|Technology Show|Comments Off on Climate change and east coast low-pressure systems: Acacia Pepler: Podcast

Brett Mashado’s passive solar Energy Freedom home

Brett Mashado talks about his passive solar designed Energy Freedom home, in the lead up to Sustainable House Day. BZE Technology Radio Show: 9 Sep 2016: Podcast: Brett's house features: 7.2 stars on the NatHERS rating Bondor construction Sanden heat pumps for hot water Heat pump hydronic heating, through skirting Very well sealed, [...]

By | 09 Sep 2016|Technology Show|Comments Off on Brett Mashado’s passive solar Energy Freedom home

MRCagney

MRCagney is one of Australasia’s leading transportation consultancies with a reputation for excellence and developing innovative solutions for complex and unusual projects. http://www.mrcagney.com/about/ MRCAgney worked with Beyond Zero Emissions on our Electric Vehicles Report

By | 17 Aug 2016|Research Partners|Comments Off on MRCagney

Electric Vehicles Report

Australia can move to electric vehicles, powered entirely by renewable electricity, in a decade.  It is feasible and affordable, providing environmental, health and economic benefits. (Beyond Zero Emissions Report: August 2016) Report Findings: . A shift to 100 per cent electric vehicles would eliminate at least six per cent of Australia’s greenhouse emissions. At present, [...]

By | 16 Aug 2016|Publications|1 Comment

Renewable Energy Superpower Report

Australia should grasp a prosperous future, by becoming a renewable energy superpower. We have the competitive advantages of: world class solar and wind resources, space and a valuable existing electricity grid infrastructure, a skilled and innovative workforce and industry sector, capable well-placed research organisations - universities and the CSIRO, proximity to the large and growing [...]

By | 15 Aug 2016|Publications|Comments Off on Renewable Energy Superpower Report