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Who We Are

Friends of Science Society began in 2002 with a group of interested scientists and Professional Engineers who disputed the Kyoto Accord scientific claims and who were concerned about the economic impact. The Paris Agreement is a new version of Kyoto. 

Now, 18 years later, we continue our member/subscriber-funded efforts to challenge the alleged ‘consensus’. We do not represent any industry group, and operate on an extremely limited budget. Our operational funds are derived from membership dues and donations, contributing to the educational work we are doing in the field of science. We work to educate the public through the dissemination of relevant, balanced and objective information on Climate Change, and to support real environmental solutions.

Friends of Science values your input, either on the science or policy of climate change. And, if you’re as concerned as we are about global policy based on weak science, please join us to spark a national and international debate on climate change.