Fossil Fuels

Our society has developed by relying on unsustainable energy sources such as coal, oil, and natural gas. In particular, so-called developed countries have exploited and benefited from fossil fuels. The lives of indigenous and local people are being threatened and destroyed at the sites of resource extraction. There is an urgent need to move away from a society dependent on fossil fuels in order to tackle the climate crisis.


[Event]From Gas and Coal to Renewable Energy! The Light Night Event for a Brighter Future

2023.10.042023.10.04Petitions and Statements

[Letter of Request] Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) should forgo support of the Block B Gas Field Development Project in Vietnam

2023.09.062023.09.06Petitions and Statements

[Joint Press Release] Climate activists call on ASEAN leaders to reject Japan’s dirty energy strategy, scale up wind and solar

2023.08.182023.08.18Petitions and Statements

Bribery of Project Owner Revealed at Cirebon Coal Plant Unit 2 in Indonesia – Request Submitted to MoF and JBIC for Prompt Suspension of Public Support

2023.06.272023.06.27Petitions and Statements

FoE Japan and FoE US submitted the comment to NEXI on potential support for Cameron LNG (Phase II)

2023.05.312023.05.31Petitions and Statements

Indonesian residents and NGOs visit Japan to request: Japanese government and banks must stop financing Cirebon coal-fired power plant Unit 2 and take responsible action for early retirement of Unit 1!

2023.05.192023.05.19Petitions and Statements

Open Letter: G7 countries must not leave room for fossil fuels, climate destruction


G7 NGO Press briefing on Climate Change and Energy – Voices from Global South

2023.05.182023.05.22Petitions and Statements

Environmental campaigners target Japan’s dirty energy plan on the eve of G7 Summit in Hiroshima