Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to Beyond Zero Emissions. We are committed to protecting the privacy of personal information that we collect in order to undertake our work.

Policy

  1. Beyond Zero Emissions may collect the following personal information: name, postal address, email, phone number, financial information, survey information, opinions that relate to our work.
  2. We will collect, hold and use personal information to undertake work necessary to realise the goals of Beyond Zero Emissions stated in our constitution, including: research, advocacy, education, engagement programs, communications, fundraising, recruitments and volunteer management.
  3. We collect and store information through email, phone calls, websites and meetings.
  4. We will take reasonable measures to securely store your information. Only authorised staff, volunteers and third-parties contracted to undertake work on our behalf will have access to personal information.
  5. Personal information we keep about you can be accessed by making a request to the Chief Executive Officer. We may charge a small fee to cover the expense of making available your personal information.
  6. You can make a complaint about a suspected breach of privacy by contacting the Secretary of Beyond Zero Emissions.
  7. We will not store any unsolicited personal information that may be provided to us.

If you have any queries or complaints about our Privacy Policy please contact us at:

Ross House
Room 4.7
247 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000
AUSTRALIA

Phone: +61 3 9415 1301
Email: info@bze.org.au

BEYOND ZERO EMISSIONS

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.

Through volunteer-powered research we show that a thriving, zero emissions society is achievable and affordable now, and that Australia can become a renewable energy superpower.