Is There A Future For Fossil Fuel Companies?

Shell is one of the world's most major producers of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, contributing to global warming and climate change. (Credit-Unsplash)

There is a perpetual tug of war being played in the renewable energy industry over whether the climate crisis can be solved without the inclusion of the fossil fuels companies that have overwhelmingly created it.

Since 1988, 100 companies have been responsible for over 70% of the world’s carbon emissions, with 20 of those contributing to a third of global emissions.

The role that fossil fuel companies have to play in transitioning to a carbon neutral world is no secret, the challenge, however, is figuring out whether these companies should be included in our new renewable and carbon free world or consigned to the dustbin of history.