Zero Carbon Australia 2020


The Stationary Energy Plan proves that we can reach 100% renewable energy by 2020. Using only commercially proven technology, it shows how we can decarbonise Australia’s energy sector and sweeps aside the objections to serious action to mitigate climate change. It will be promoted at a national level by Australia’s peak environment groups and form a key component of the Transition Decade campaign.

We are assembling an expert team of designers to produce the report so it is visually presented at the same high standard as the technical content. The report has been written by a group of experienced scientists and engineers from across industry and academia working Pro-Bono.

Your help is needed. Use your skills to create real progress towards the implementation of real climate solutions.

This document will shift the Australian climate change debate and will become the most important document to create movement in policy and real change.

We are holding a production day on Saturday 8th May, (venue TBC) to kick-start the process. The technical engineering team will be finishing the Master report by end April which we will then translate into a version with professional appearance for publication in collaboration with the technical team.

We require professional graphic design, typesetters, graphic illustrators to both help produce the report and mentor a select number of students who will be assisting in the production.

We are seeking 5 Pro-bono professionals and 5 final-year volunteer students to make up the Production Team. With this collaborative approach we aim to carry out the bulk of the work in the initial workshop day, with a completion day within the following two weeks.

Full credit for your work will be displayed on the materials (or presented as a sponsorship from your company).

Tasks required

  • Graphic design of the report
  • Information design – data visualisation, graphs etc
  • Technical illustrations
  • Production of the report into a professional pdf format for print and download

We have already produced the executive summary that precedes this report. download here

View the Age report on the executive summary launch

View more information on the Project

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