As the Fossil Fuel Foundation is an independent multi-disciplinary organisation of specialists drawn from a wide variety of sectors, the articles on this website will reflect this diversity.  Articles will therefore cover a wide variety of topics of relevance to these sectors.

In cases of policy or controversial topics, the articles indicate the variety of opinions reflected within the membership of the Foundation.

Although the Foundation does not take strong positions on major policy issues, it does believe in airing and disseminating valid and varying perspectives.  This approach is maintained in order to provide the technical public with as balanced a set of views as possible from which individuals can derive their own opinions.

‘It was thinking in this vein that led to the past participation of FFF representatives in debates with the WWF, in forums to inform the National Planning Commission, and indeed in the initiation of the South African Coal Road Map.  This type of involvement is fundamental to the functions of an organisation such as ours, and must, I think, be made a priority for the future.’ Bill Lamont, Chairman of the Fossil Fuel Foundation 2013

After Brexit, Clexit Viv Forbes

After Brexit, Clexit Harmful, Costly, Unscientific Climate Treaties should be torn up The Clexit Founding Statement If the Paris climate accord is ratified, or enforced locally by compliant governments, it will strangle the leading economies of the world with pointless carbon taxes and costly climate…
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