For humanity. For our children. We want to move the needle to zero carbon emissions by 2030. To limit the average global temperature rise to a safe 1.5 degrees. And we believe it’s possible. In fact, we know the solution to humanity’s greatest challenge is not overwhelming. It’s simple. And your actions matter.
By leveraging your collective economic power and aligning your spending with your values, you can drive businesses to take faster, bolder action on climate change. And zero-carbon 2030 is your online platform to do that.
We’re sourcing reliable carbon information and publishing it right here. We’re putting the facts in your hands so you can make informed decisions with your purchases and investments. And beyond that, we’re campaigning to get your voices heard in boardrooms the world over.
Getting our collective voices heard in boardrooms. Campaigning, lobbying and pressing for progress, ensuring companies and investment managers are obliged to
listen and act.
Driving positive change right across businesses’ value chains to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2030.
Assessing businesses on their action on climate change and applying our Carbon Ratings so everyone can see how they’re performing against the competition.
Calling for carbon labelling on products and services and publishing businesses’ carbon ratings on our website. Giving everyone the power to make informed decisions and support the positive change-makers.
Sharing updates on climate news, progress on our campaigns and positive actions the business world is taking.
Making action on climate change make good business sense. Creating a carbon-reduction ripple effect across the global economy.
The zero-carbon 2030 Project was borne of the same frustration you’re feeling right now. We want a future for our kids. We want urgent action on climate change. And we’re tired of getting nothing but politicised debate and empty promises from our governments.
The final straw for us came at the end of 2019. We watched world leaders fiddle and fail us at the UN’s Conference of Parties in Madrid while the world burned, literally. While they shrugged and said “Let’s try again next year,” we looked on in horror as Australia was ravaged by the worst bushfires in living memory. That was the moment that moved us to action.
We created the zero-carbon 2030 Project to turn the focus on business and put the power into the hands of the people to drive faster, bolder action on climate change.