They can’t cut down the forests, if we cut off their money.

Cutting down vast areas of forest for industrial development costs a lot of money.

The world’s worst forest destroyers rely on big banks to finance incredibly expensive operations such as palm oil plantations or paper and pulp mills.

Answer

By connecting the dots between companies that operate the bulldozers and chainsaws and the financial institutions that fund this dirty work, we can hold banks and government agencies accountable — and apply pressure on them to change their policies and change their practices.

RAN has a successful track record working in the financial sector to create real change on the ground. And with strategic campaigns and the support of our network, we can force banks to stop investing in companies engaged in deforestation, habitat destruction, species extinction, climate pollution and human rights violations.

It’s time for banks to start investing in the planet’s future — not its failure.

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