The Beyond Zero Emissions research and education program is entirely crowd-sourced, involving hundreds of expert volunteers right around Australia – that is what makes it so great.
If you’re keen on high-impact pro-bono work, and want to take a more active part in a return to a safe climate – we invite you to work with us in 2017. BZE CEO
BZE is currently enjoying a very high international ranking as one of the world’s best independent think tanks – sitting at 52nd globally. This is only possible because of the solid and visionary work of BZE teams around Australia across each research sector over 10 big years. This effort has produced BZE’s comprehensive blueprint for Australia, the Zero Carbon Australia Plan, a plan designed to guide the entire Australian economy successfully into the era of climate-safe agriculture, industry, manufacturing, and 100% renewable energy.
Take a look at our Position Ads – these are for specific volunteer roles currently on offer at BZE.
Fabulous student internships are often available at BZE – just Contact us for more info – or take the plunge and send an application and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a volunteer, you decide the time you are willing to put in, and what areas you wish to work on, relating to your skills and interests. Our mentors are all experienced professionals and committed to making your BZE volunteering experience nothing less than amazing.
We are always looking for both technically and non-technically minded people to:
- help prepare and update the Zero Carbon Australia plans
- help produce the two BZE Radio shows and podcasts
- be trained to deliver the Zero Carbon Australia presenters program
- join our emissions baseline training program (NEW, dates TBA)
- help organise fundraisers. launches, discussion groups and other events
- and so much more!
Interested? Contact us – send an application and CV to email@example.com
Our need for volunteers varies from time to time and depends upon the nature and stage of our active projects.
There are ongoing regular training sessions in most capital cities. Completing these sessions enables you to become an accredited BZE Zero Carbon Australia presenter and become part of the team sharing the Zero Carbon Australia vision with the wider community. This training provides you with information and details that are sought after at a variety of events and forums, and can even be useful in the context of creating local government-community partnerships and sector working groups targeting zero emissions – eg Zero Carbon Communities.
Contact us – send an application and your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Melbourne team – some of our BZE volunteers and staff, 2015