Empowering the future with climate and sustainability education.

Workplace climate action made simple.

Empowering minds for a sustainable future

The Net Zero Karo holds that transformation is sparked by education. It is based on the steadfast conviction that we can unleash the potential for sustainable solutions and have a real-world impact by empowering people with the information and skills necessary to understand the intricacies of climate change

The core of the academy's narrative is the profound realization that the difficulties we encounter may be overcome through teamwork.

The Net Zero Kar is a living example of the value of teamwork, bringing together a diverse community of learners, educators, business professionals, and thought leaders with the shared objective of building a resilient and sustainable future for future generations.

Road to Net Zero

What Is Net Zero ?

In simple terms, “Net Zero” is about equilibrium.

Net zero is when greenhouse gas (GHG) emission removals balance out the amount of GHG emissions in the atmosphere.

Why Net Zero ?

As the world is facing an unprecedented climate crisis, there is an urgent need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change.

To keep the global temperature below 1.5℃, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) says that we must reduce global net anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions by 45% from 2010 levels by 2030 and reach net zero by 2050.

The transition to a net-zero economy, where the amount of greenhouse gases produced is equal to the amount removed from the atmosphere, is a crucial step in achieving this goal.

Net Zero Story So Far ?

To secure a sustainable future for our planet and all its people, the world must reach net zero – cutting greenhouse gases as close to zero as possible.

  • 2015

    196 countries adopted the historic Paris. Its overall goal: limit warming to no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius.

  • 2015-2017

    Climate action plans known as nationally determined contributions (NDCs) submitted.

  • 2020-21

    NDCs revised in COP26 to strengthen climate action. Target to cut carbon emissions and reach net zero by 2050.

  • 2030

    To keep warming to 1.5 degrees, countries must cut emissions by at least 45 percent compared to 2010 levels

  • 2050

    The transition to net-zero emissions must be fully complete.

Current Challenges

There is a green skills emergency.

30 million more green workers are needed globally by 2030 for us to reach net-zero and prevent catastrophic climate breakdown. Without these workers, we won't be able to build the critical green infrastructure that we need for renewable power, energy efficiency and electric vehicles.

  • Lack of climate change awareness

  • Insufficient technical knowledge

  • Limited understanding of climate policies and regulations

  • Integration of climate considerations into different Sectors

  • Limited capacity for green financing and investment

  • Lack of comprehensive solutions

Our Solutions

Climate Skilling

Acquire the essential skills and expertise needed to tackle climate challenges head-on, with our range of immersive and practical learning opportunities designed to empower you to make a positive impact in the fight against climate change.

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Climate Literacy

Elevate your climate IQ with our comprehensive resources, empowering you to understand and communicate the science, impacts, and solutions of climate change effectively.

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Market Place

Elevate your climate IQ with our comprehensive resources, empowering you to understand and communicate the science, impacts, and solutions of climate change effectively.

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Building The Net Zero Work force

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