We believe that all great developments originate in the minds of individuals. Agroup can act, but a group cannot think, percieve, or create, only individuals can do that. It is the people within a company that concieve of new ideas and make a company great. The Foundation For Responsible Technology (FFRT) is dedicated to helping all humanity by celebrating the genius of the individual and assisting companies to profit with, rather than from the individuals who concieve of great ideas.
We believe that when people are given the choice between clean and renewable energy or toxic and consumptive energy, they will choose products and lifestyles which are sustainable and minimize any adverse impact on the environment .
The Foundation for Responsible Technology was created in 1985 to give people that choice.
The Foundation for Responsible Technology Team
Peter Gibbons, Founder, Director of Operations
Dr. Peter Gibbons is the founder and president of the Foundation For Responsible Technology, a 501(c)(3) tax exempt foundation dedicated to fostering emerging technologies pioneered by independent inventors and small businesses.
Dr. Gibbons has been practicing law for over 12 years in both the U.S. and the U.K., primarily in the areas of international tax mitigation, tax defense, business and estate planning, and corporate development. He earned his Juris Doctorate at California Southern Law School and is a member of the California Bar Association since 1998, and of the Law Society of England and Wales since 2004.
Prior to the practice of law, Dr. Gibbons was an engineer specializing in the areas of power conversion technology, power distribution, and industrial controls. In his youth, he earned journeyman certifications in tool and die making, small engine technology, and industrial electricity. His experience covers a wide spectrum from law and business, to engineering, trades, and custom fabrication. He holds one U.S. Patent (exp.) for a unique internal combustion engine.
He established the Foundation For Responsible Technology in 1985 to assist inventors of emerging technologies in acquiring development capital and to assist small businesses in acquiring a competitive edge through responsible (sustainable) new technology.
The foundation's primary focus is to improve the financial risk reward balance of technology development by introducing the tax benefits of charitable giving into the equation for companies and venture capitalists considering investment in emerging technologies, with the ultimate goal of commercializing promising new technologies.
Foundation for Responsible Technology
1805 North Carson Street, Suite N
Carson City, NV 89701
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