Every dollar helps us deliver ground breaking research, support communities to become zero carbon, and advocate for a zero emissions Australia.

Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.

Making a donation using direct debit

You may also donate by direct debit with online banking. If donating via direct debit, make the payment to:

Beyond Zero Emissions Fund
Bank: Bendigo Bank
BSB:  633-000
Account:  139-914-402

Enter your ‘name’ and ‘donation’ so it appears on the BZE bank statement

To set up a “monthly donation,” enter the date of the first payment, and select “monthly” recurring payment.

So that we can send you a tax receipt, please send an email to, including: (1) your name, (2) the donation amount, (3) the donation date and (4) whether it will be a monthly donation.

Why donate?

Beyond Zero Emissions is a volunteer-powered climate solutions think tank and our research is showing that Australia can rapidly move to a zero carbon emissions economy.

Your support will enable our community of climate experts to continue delivering climate solutions that inspire hope and action. With your tax-deductible donation we can deliver more successes like these:

Million Jobs Plan: help us create the Million Jobs Plan for a post-COVID economic recovery – creating employment, modernising our infrastructure and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Rethinking Cement: the world’s first report showing how cement can be decarbonised. This has generated national interest and support across the construction and infrastructure sector.

Stationary Energy Plan: this pioneering report changed the conversation on renewables in Australia, convincing governments, businesses and communities that 100% renewable electricity was possible.

Electric Vehicle Report: shows Australia could easily and affordably match and even top the UK’s lead on electric vehicles, and which has been endorsed by the ACT and Queensland governments.

Repowering Port Augusta: a blueprint for replacing coal with solar that galvanised a five-year community campaign resulting in the South Australian Government backing a concentrated solar thermal plant.

Renewable Energy Superpower: a report that has become the spoken ambition of Australian climate leaders.

Zero Carbon Communities Guide: a guide to inspire confidence and action at the local level.