3 RANimals in Poland

Three of us from RAN’s climate and energy team––Paddy, Jason and myself––have just arrived in Katowice, a small city in the heart of Polish coal mining country for COP24, the…

The Day After: And Tomorrow

Our Executive Director, Lindsey Allen’s perspective on the recent US Midterm Elections and what the results mean for the forests, climate, and our work.

White Paper: JPMorgan Chase – Banking on Climate Change

JPMorgan Chase has greatly increased its financing of extreme fossil fuels in recent years, especially to tar sands oil and coal mining. This is flatly incompatible with global climate goals,…

Banks High Carbon Hidden Risks

Large banks are driving climate change by pumping billions of dollars into carbon-intensive extreme fossil fuels and tropical deforestation, with significant hidden environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks.

Keystone XL – No Means No

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

Banking On Climate Change Summary

This report card ranks bank policies around the financing of the most carbon-intensive, financially risky, and environmentally destructive sectors of the fossil fuel industry, and sums up the amount of…