JPMorgan Chase: When Will They Learn?

Here at Rainforest Action Network, we know the sure-fire way to challenge corporate power is to follow the money. Over the last few months our team has been doing just…

The “Revolt of the Golden Toads” Bay Area Tour!

A guest blog post by Reverend Billy, leader of the Church of Stop Shopping, an activist performance group based in New York City The Church of Stop Shopping returns to New York now, after a week…

Putting Wall Street on Notice

Last week, RAN’s coal finance campaign released its latest report, “The Principle Matter: Banks, Climate & The Carbon Principles.” The report shows that despite adopting the Carbon Principles — once…

Banks Bail on Coal; Top 4 banks Cut Financing for Massey Energy

https://youtube.com/watch?v=wV2w78K2YWc%26hl%3Den_US%26fs%3D1 Two years ago no bank had a policy on coal mining, and Wall Street was providing finance and credit indiscriminately to the most destructive form of mining in the…

Dis-invest-a-lujah!

Our friends in NYC are on the move as the Church of Life After Shopping is hitting the Chase branches and talking to Chase employees about mountaintop removal…. with hidden…

New Reporting from Citi on their Mountaintop Removal Financing

In 2009 RAN urged Citi to stop financing mountaintop removal (MTR) coal mining, the environmental tragedy that is destroying the Appalachian landscape and poisoning communities. Citi’s initial response, a statement…

Challenging Chase on Coal in San Jose

Here’s a report-back from a Chase branch protest in San Jose last week: At 3:00 PM eight of us headed to the branch office at 55 West Santa Clara Street,…

Rebranding of Chase as Mountaintop Removal Financier Goes Viral

Last Thursday, Rainforest Action Network along with several online allies including 350.org, Greenpeace, the Sierra Club, the Waterkeeper Alliance, the Ruckus Society and others re-branded JP Morgan Chase in social…

Internet to Chase: Stop Destroying the Mountains

JP Morgan Chase is the biggest U.S. financier of mountaintop removal. They have financial relationships with the poster child of mountaintop removal, Massey Energy. That means their money is funds…