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Join the community

More than 50 communities around Australia are already working towards 100% renewable energy goals and zero emissions targets.

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9 steps to a Zero Carbon Community

Your community can take a lead in reducing emissions, developing innovative solutions that benefit your region and working towards a healthier and happier community.

It’s free to join and we provide free resources and advice to help you reduce your emissions and enjoy the many benefits of an emissions-free Australia.

Join now, or find out more about what Zero Carbon Communities means for you as:

Benefits for all communities

Our research demonstrates the following achievable benefits of working towards a zero emissions Australia:

  • Cost savings through reduced energy consumption
  • Access to new investment and funding sources
  • Creation of jobs in new energy and other industries
  • Achieving sustainability goals and emission reduction targets
  • Increased public profile as a leading and innovative community
  • Wider economic and social benefits through a healthier environment

What existing communities say

The Zero Carbon Communities program gives communities the resources and confidence to make large-scale change. The initiative uses Beyond Zero Emission’s research bases, resources and tools to guide communities around Australia transition to zero emissions. Global Consulting Group

In its first year, the ZCC initiative has made a positive and powerful impact in both rural and metropolitan communities around Australia to reduce their carbon emissions. Global Consulting Group

Zero Carbon Communities’ expertise enabled our community to develop professional-level Strategic Transition Plans. Renewable Energy Benalla

Registration form

The details you provide in this registration form will enable Beyond Zero Emissions to keep you informed on our Zero Carbon Communities initiative including events and new resources. All information will remain confidential and will be managed in accordance with our Privacy Policy.
Community emissions profiles show annual greenhouse gas emissions broken down by sectors such as stationary energy (buildings, electricity and gas use), transport and waste etc.