The creation of ZERO-FIFTY has been a mammoth undertaking, far too great for just two people. To assist us, over 100 people have volunteered their time over the course of the last four years – some for a few days, some for a few weeks, and some even for several months. We would like to say a big thank-you to all of our volunteers, many of whom are listed below, as without their assistance, ZERO-FIFTY simply would not have been achievable.
Our work at ZERO-FIFTY is not over and we are searching for even more people who are interested in volunteering their time to assist us. This includes managing our social media accounts, assisting with the sourcing, translations, creating visuals and designing infographics. As such, if you have a background in design, architecture or writing, and are interested in getting involved, please complete the form below.
You can also help us by donating what you can using the form below. Your donation will help complete the research, fund the equipment needed to undertake the research, promote the work that we do and assist us with any printing costs. Your donation also will help us travel to schools, colleges, businesses and universities where we will not only talk about the climate change, but also how to stop it. Finally, your donation will help us to create a travelling ZERO EMISSION WORLD exhibition that will further educate people on how to put a stop climate change.
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Make no mistake, climate change is the biggest threat we have ever faced. If we continue to emit greenhouse gases at the current rate, our planet will be beyond salvation in less than a decade. We need to act fast, and we need to act now, but what can we do? ZERO EMISSION WORLD is an all-encompassing graphical solution to climate change that demonstrates how human-made emissions can be reduced to zero by the year 2050. This includes explaining how we can dramatically reduce the amount of energy our buildings, vehicles, and factories consume while also demonstrating how we can power our remaining energy demand using only renewable technologies.