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.
Forests are one of the best defenses against the climate crisis. And Forest Defenders are our greatest champions against deforestation. So our best solution to the climate crisis? Respect Indigenous rights to Keep Forests Standing. We’ve had the solution all along.
Climate change is a global crisis that will impact every single person and living being on this planet. The science couldn’t be clearer: According to the latest UN climate report, we have less than 10 years to cut global emissions in half. It’s time to get to work.
In response to the announcement of Citi’s five-year 2025 Sustainable Progress Strategy, including joining the Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (PCAF), Jason Opeña Disterhoft, Rainforest Action Network Climate and Energy…
For several decades, climate change has been a global crisis that will impact every single person and living being on this planet. To stop climate destruction in its tracks, carbon, and other greenhouse gas, emissions must be cut to zero, and forests must remain standing to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Forests protect the climate, and reducing the impacts of a warming planet helps keep forests standing.
MUFG’s policy revisions “disappointing,” says Rainforest Action Network Japan’s largest bank, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), released a revised Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) financing policy today, but fell short…
Morgan Stanley 5th Major U.S. Bank to End Arctic Oil Financing; Bank of America Now Stands Alone. The next steps are ending funding for expansion of fossil fuels and committing to phasing out all fossil finance.
Reckless KXL Decision Backed by Chase and Big Banks