RAN Responds to Lee Raymond’s Departure from Board of JPMC

In response to Lee Raymond’s announcement that he is leaving JPMorgan Chase’s board, Paddy McCully, director of the Climate and Energy Program at Rainforest Action Network, said: “RAN welcomes the…

Chasing Down Chase

JPMorgan Chase is the world’s worst fossil fuel banker — but the pressure to change is mounting. This year, CEO billionaire Jamie Dimon, and the rest of the bank’s senior management team got a warning from their shareholders they can’t afford to ignore.

projection outside of Chase Center

No New Fossil Fuel Projects: Halt Pipelines and Terminals

Indigenous and frontline activists are leading the fight against fossil fuel infrastructure threatening their communities, habitat and the climate. We could be on the road to a new energy future if we simply redirect the money slated for fossil fuels into sustainable alternatives. Big banks need to stop investing in dirty fossil fuels, violating Indigenous rights, polluting sacred waterways, and destroying the global climate, and start funding the future.

Challenging Banks,
the Fossil Fuel Funders

For years, RAN has been pushing big banks to cut financing to new and existing fossil fuel projects — especially the particularly destructive ones like tar sands, Arctic, offshore oil & gas, fracking, coal mining, coal power, and liquefied natural gas (LNG). If we are to have any chance of stopping the devastating impacts of climate change, banks must completely phase out their support for fossil fuels, starting with these devastating projects.

People are Stopping Toxic Pipelines and Terminals

To ensure our future, and a liveable climate, we must stop expanding the very industries that are causing climate destruction. Banks and insurance companies have the power to change the world by withholding financing and insurance from any new fossil fuel projects. Frontline Indigenous communities and local and national environmental and climate justice organizations have joined forces, putting the pressure on dirty energy companies and their financial backers to be on the right side of history, and we are winning.