The Co-based heterojunction is thought to be one of many environment friendly supplies for oxygen evolution response (OER), however the synthesis continues to be confronted with time- and labor-consuming, and environmentally unfriendly. Herein, we suggest a inexperienced and facile L-lysine-induced technique for the profitable synthesis of porous CoS/Co3O4 nanoframes (NFs). L-lysine performs a pivotal function in facilitating the formation of the secure Co(OH)2 nanosheet precursor, which is subsequently in situ transformed to CoS/Co3O4 NFs via the sulfuration therapy. The ensuing CoS/Co3O4 NFs present a low overpotential of 304 mV at 10 mA cm-2 and memorable long-range sturdiness in 1.0 M KOH for the OER. The rechargeable Zn-air battery additionally displays excessive charge-discharge biking stability (>120 h) with CoS/Co3O4 NFs+Pt/C as an air cathode. Density practical idea calculations exhibit that the cost density of CoS/Co3O4 heterostructure may be redistributed by rebalancing the Fermi degree after the contact between CoS and Co3O4, probably modulating the pristine catalytic property of single parts. This work gives a facile and inexperienced synthesis technique for creating environment friendly Co-based catalysts in sustainable power conversion units.