Protecting ourselves from the virus is pushing us to new levels of consideration for the world around us and for others. Growing community response is the change needed to deal with the even greater challenge of climate change.
Fires. Floods. Climate change – in Australia – finally in the spotlight. Some words on this particular moment in time from Vicki Brooke, Chair of Zero Emissions Byron Limited: So many wonderful words have been written about the devastating fires that caused loss of life, property, animals and whole environments, what more can you add? Grief,…
There are more aspects to driving electric vehicles than just reducing your emissions, rapid acceleration and low maintenance costs.
The Zero Emissions Byron annual review 2018-2019.
Zero Emissions Byron to holding day-long, family-friendly exhibition and forum about the latest electric vehicles and technology.
A Solar-powered Tuk Tuk visits Byron to inspire businesses, council, students and individuals, to promote sustainable transport and a low carbon future
ZEB director Craig Johnson has been hosting a program of informative webinars on ENERGY IN BUSINESS at the Habitat Board Room, Byron Industrial Estate. The intent is to show local businesses and industries the various useful ways they can save money through energy efficiency in daily operations, reducing energy costs using solar, batteries and stand-alone…
Byron Theatre was packed with the concerned and the curious to hear Professor Will Steffen present the current facts from the point of view of an Earth Science expert on 27 June 2018. His radical presentation was disturbing. In the words of panellist Simon Clough: “It was profoundly challenging! But these are truths we need…
‘The Big U-Turn Ahead: Calling Australia to Action on Climate Change’
A provocative and insightful ZEB TALK with Earth System Scientist Professor Will Steffen from the Climate Council and the Stockholm Resilience Centre
THE LOVEYS in Concert – in a beautiful garden setting outside Bangalow. . “With swooning 5-part harmony and a cocktail-hour arsenal of instruments including guitar, ukulele, bass guitar, bassoon, drums and percussion, they have concocted a sound with shades of palm-fronded bandstands of old, elegantly sliced with the wit of the thoroughly modern woman”…(Michael Dwyer, journalist, Fairfax Press