Banks, insurance companies, asset managers, and institutional investors
are funding, insuring and investing in the climate crisis.
Join us for a major day of action on April 23, 2020
so we can stop this money pipeline and
end the financing of fossil fuels.
Did you know that Chase Bank has financed fossil fuels with $196 billion since 2016?
This is still just a small part of the finance industry’s business: they could stop tomorrow.
That's why on Thursday, April 23, we need your help to organize actions at as many Chase Bank branches as possible to send them a clear message: stop the money pipeline.
JPMorgan Chase is the world’s top banker of fossil fuels; the bank has provided $196 billion in financing to fossil fuel companies since 2016.
BlackRock is the world’s largest investor in fossil fuels and deforestation-linked commodities, and manages nearly $7 trillion in assets worldwide.
Liberty Mutual is a top insurer of and investor in massive fossil fuel projects, like the Trans Mountain pipeline.
We demand that banks, asset managers, insurance companies and institutional investors
stop funding, insuring and investing in climate destruction.
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