The program/Education

Sustainability through technology and education.

Educating students using real-time data can create lasting behavioural change. We track the impact and inspire action.

Hands-on STEM education

Passionate outdoor enthusiasts and advocates for sustainability, the Zero Positive Founders identified an important opportunity to match their technology and measurement tools with an equally robust educational program. The Founders realised that behaviour change is a necessity if we are to achieve our climate targets.

Along with the rest of the team behind Zero Positive, they set out to empower young people to improve the future of our planet. With data as the foundation, an entire curriculum of activities has been designed to cover science, technology, engineering and mathematics learning areas, amongst others - making it easy for schools to both teach and take action for a sustainable future.


Innovative technology to measure sustainability efforts

The Zero Positive program traces its origins back to 2002, when Vicky Mills (CEO) and her partner Rob Breuer began designing technology to capture and analyse energy data from solar panels.

In the years since, Vicky and Rob have remained committed to this important technology, continuing to grow and refine the capabilities of their system.

Kid reading with lightbulb above head

Here's why you should care, too.

Check out these facts about our planet's health.

Carbon Dioxide

Carbon dioxide (CO2) is an important heat-trapping (greenhouse) gas, which is released through human activities such as deforestation and burning fossil fuels, as well as natural processes such as respiration and volcanic eruptions.

The graph shows CO2 levels during the last three glacial cycles, as reconstructed from ice cores. As you can see, this is far from a ‘normal’ cycle.


Graph showing CO2 level during last three glacial cycles

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