Citigroup Takes a Step Away From Banking Coal

Earlier today, Citigroup, the parent company of Citibank, committed to take a significant, though partial step away from banking coal. The company updated its environmental policy statement, stating that it…

Rally at Morgan Stanley: Stop Cashing in on Coal!

Last week, we launched our campaign to pressure Morgan Stanley to stop cashing in on coal.1 Thanks to your action, we have their attention. Now it’s time to up the ante….

Tell Morgan Stanley: Stop Cashing in on Coal

We’re three months away from the crucial Paris climate conference, and some major U.S. banks have been taking the lead and committing to get out of coal.1 Here at Rainforest Action…

Tell big banks: Don’t cash in on Coal India

In the next week, Coal India, the world’s biggest coal company, is trying to cash in with a big share offering — despite a long record of appalling human rights…

Don’t let Big Coal destroy the Great Barrier Reef

Thanks to your pressure, several of the world’s largest banks have said “no” to financing a huge coal project that would put Australia’s Great Barrier Reef at risk.1 But now, news…

Forests and Finance: New Cash for Conflict Palm Oil

RAN briefing finds pending $900 million deal threatens forests, peatlands and communities across Indonesia. Indonesian palm oil firm BW Plantation (BWPT) approved last week a USD $900 million share rights…

Coal is Poisoning the Cape Fear River

This month, Rainforest Action Network and three allies testified at Bank of America’s annual shareholder meeting, urging them to drop coal, to stop profiting from environmental destruction and human rights…