Times of world-wide crisis call for radical cooperation. Given the magnitude of the climate crisis, the potential devastation of its effects, and the inability of central governments to manage the crisis, it is up to local governments, non-profit organizations and citizens to move the world on the path to zero carbon. To that end, EEBA, Team Zero, and Zero Energy Project are now joining hands to build a citizens’ movement for zero carbon.

Who We Are

EEBA: The Energy and Environmental Building Alliance (EEBA) delivers turn-key educational resources and events designed to transform residential construction practices through high performance design, marketing, materials, and technologies. Through educational events, the annual Summit, and various publications and resources, EEBA reaches tens of thousands of building professionals, decision makers and industry players each year. EEBA is committed to helping everyone get to a future where all homes are healthy, resilient, zero energy and zero carbon.

Zero Energy Project: The Zero Energy Project’s goal is to inspire and guide homeowners, home buyers, real estate professionals, home builders, and residential designers to get on the path to zero carbon homes and lifestyles. Their website, newsletter, and social media campaigns are designed to create demand for zero homes, zero transportation, and zero living. The ZEP provides information and inspiration for anyone who wants to get started on the path to zero. 

Team Zero: A coalition of nonprofits, building trade organizations, government agencies, builders, and manufacturers devoted to zero energy and zero carbon homes and buildings. Team Zero’s goal is to develop a citizens’ campaign for zero, driving demand for zero homes, zero transportation, and zero carbon living. In this cooperative effort with the Zero Energy Project and EEBA, Team Zero is taking the lead to develop and implement a North American citizens’ campaign for zero – to build consumer demand for all things zero.

 

Why Radical Cooperation is Required

Everyone working separately to reach zero carbon will no longer work as time is running short. The heavy lifting on the path to zero needs to be done this decade. Working together, with your help, we can accomplish so much more.

 

How You Can Help

There are many ways you can help. Please find one or more of these actions that you can pursue.

 

If you want to support this growing movement, you can donate to the EEBA Team Zero General Fund and you can advocate for your local community going zero.