Research and Project Partners

We strengthen our impact by collaborating with local and global organisations that share our commitment to a zero carbon future.

We conduct our research and advocacy activities in cooperation with local and global organisations that share our commitment to a zero carbon future. Some of these are ongoing partnerships while others are linked to specific projects and reports.

Do you want to partner with BZE for a project or report? Send us an email with more information about your organisation and research interests to info@bze.org.au

 

 

Our Key Project Partners

The Melbourne Energy Institute

The Institute collaborated with BZE on:

The Melbourne Energy Institute takes an interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to research.  Its research programs aim to build capacity to meet the challenges of transitioning towards a low carbon energy system. https://energy.unimelb.edu.au

German Aerospace Centre

Collaborated with BZE on: The High Speed Rail Plan (2014)

The German Aerospace Centre – Deutsches Zentrum für Luft und Raumfahrt (DLR) – is Germany’s national centre for aerospace, energy and transportation research. www.dlr.de/dlr/en/

Ironbark Sustainability

Ironbark Sustainability collaborated with us on the Australian Local Government Climate Review (2018).

They are a specialist local government consultancy that works with councils around Australia, helping them reduce energy and water use. Over the last decade Ironbark Sustainability has worked with over 250 councils around Australia on energy efficiency, renewable energy, data management, emissions reporting, target development and broader climate change strategies. www.ironbarksustainability.com.au

ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability

ICLEI collaborated with BZE on Australian Local Government Climate Review (2018).

ICLEI is the leading global network of over 1,500 cities, towns and regions worldwide committed to building a sustainable future. In Australia ICLEI Oceania is the focal point for the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy and initiates numerous other sustainability programs and networks. www.iclei.org.

MRCagney

Worked with BZE on: Electric Vehicles Report (2016).

MRCagney is one of Australasia’s leading transportation consultancies with a reputation for excellence and developing innovative solutions for complex and unusual projects. http://mrcagney.com

Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute

Worked with BZE on: Land Use: Agriculture and Forestry Discussion Paper (2014).

The Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute (MSSI), part of the University of Melbourne. https://sustainable.unimelb.edu.au/home.

3CR Community Radio

3CR 855 AM collaborates with Beyond Zero Emissions to produce two weekly radio shows.

3CR is a dynamic, community hub that has produced radio since 1976. 3CR has over 400 volunteers, 2 full-time staff members and 4 part-time staff members. Their broadcasters present around 125 radio programs every week, with 20 community language shows in 13 different languages, and 10 hours of Indigenous programming. Listeners can tune in on 855AM, stream live through the web or download podcasts of our shows.

Australian German Climate and Energy College 

University of Melbourne

Supports our monthly discussion group.

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Beyond Zero Emissions (BZE) is an internationally recognised climate change think tank, providing independent and ambitious climate change solutions for Australia.

Our flagship research shows how all sectors of the Australian economy can decarbonise, repower and benefit from the transition to zero emissions. These Zero Carbon Australia plans cover renewable energy and electricity; energy efficient buildings; sustainable transport; agriculture, farming and land use; and industry.

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