Breaking: UK government has given fossil fuel industry £13.6bn in subsidies since signing the Paris Agreement
Yeah, you read that right, £13.6bn! All from the country that just hosted #COP26
The Federal Reserve make the rules for the US economy. And its chair, Jerome Powell, is weak on climate action.
Important but insufficient policy moves don’t go nearly far enough to stave off climate chaos.
Natwest's coal policies are improving, but still lack crucial detail for how it gets done
Indigenous groups fighting for years take on the giant bank - and win
The Bureau of Investigative Journalists are exposing the truth - HSBC are watering down climate commitments in secret talks.
The much awaited announcement from the bank doesn't get near the action required to limit the climate crisis
Mark Carney is in charge of the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ). It's a collection of over 450 financial institutions around the world, working to "accelerate the transition to a net-zero global economy".
This means billions being pulled out of fossil fuels. It's a huge move.
From 2016 to 2020, JPMorgan Chase has been the world’s largest banker of fossil fuels - pouring more than $316 billion into businesses destroying our environment.
It’s incredible. Shareholders at international bank Standard Chartered are publicly calling out their company’s climate investments - for the first time ever! And they’re doing it while Standard Chartered’s CEO is chairing an international meeting of businesses, to talk about sustainability 😳.