Peabody Energy — Post-Bankruptcy Business as Usual

This blog was originally published as a case study in Banking on Climate Change: Fossil Fuel Finance Report Card 2017, by RAN, Sierra Club, BankTrack, and Oil Change International, in…

Indonesia’s Bid for Coal Expansion

Over the past decade, Indonesia has undergone a major coal mining boom. The country has now announced plans to secure a market for its own coal by significantly expanding domestic…

Fighting Big Coal in Bangladesh

Today, thousands of Bangladeshi activists embarked on a Long March to protest the construction of coal-fired power plants dangerously close to the Sundarbans, one of the world’s largest mangrove forests…

Rainforest Action Network response to Announcement on Coal Moratorium

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Virali Modi-Parekh, virali@ran.org, 510-747-8476 Rainforest Action Network Response to Announcement on Coal Moratorium: President Obama announced a moratorium on new coal leases on public lands today and to…

Wall Street is listening — banks must drop coal!

In just six months, four of the six biggest U.S. banks have committed to cut financing for coal mining: Bank of America, Citi, Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo. That’s excellent…

Coal India: You spoke, Wall Street listened!

Good news this week! On Coal India, you spoke—and Wall Street listened. U.S. banks stayed away from the deal! Back in September, we asked for your help when a share…