We’re deploying new tactics and strategies against insurance giant and top climate chaos funder, Liberty Mutual. Join our webinar next week on Wednesday, April 14 to learn how you can get involved!
Our annual flagship report, Banking on Climate Chaos, has revealed that JPMorgan Chase is once again the top funder of fossil fuels since Paris, followed by Citi. MUFG earns a dishonorable mention for its funding of poisonous pipelines. Fortunately for them, we have a plan–and we’ll make sure our voices are heard.
To fight back against the toxic Line 3 pipeline, RAN is supporting Indigenous groups and frontline communities leading the resistance through our small grants program.
2020 was a breakthrough year in our efforts to protect the Leuser, a fragile yet extraordinary ecosystem home to orangutans, tigers, sun bears, rhinos and elephants. Millions of people also depend on the Leuser for clean drinking water, food, and their livelihoods.
Despite decades of organizing and non-violent direct action against tar sands led by Indigenous and First Nations communities, energy corporation Enbridge recently began construction on the toxic Line 3 pipeline. Here’s how we’re supporting the fight to #StopLine3–and how YOU can join in.
Despite claims that the company is taking efforts to curb climate change, Liberty Mutual continues to back fossil fuel projects while refusing to meet with impacted communities.Our latest campaign efforts, which include a website launch, scathing policy analysis, and global day of action, forced the insurance giant to respond.
The Achuar and Wampis of the Peruvian Amazon halt major oil extraction project on ancestral territory.
In an unprecedented move, the US blocks the import of Conflict Palm Oil as Procter & Gamble shareholders speak up for forests by calling for transparent reporting.
It would not be an understatement to say that 2020 will go down in history books as one of the most disruptive years of our lifetimes. From economic upheaval to disproportionate impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic to early wildfires and hurricanes to the uprising for racial justice, the time for dismantling systemic layers of oppression has long since arrived.
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.