Yet, since the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, the world's 60 largest banks have invested $5.5 trillion into fossil-fuel financing, including expansion projects, oil and gas drilling, and coal mining. JPMorgan Chase, Citi, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America - the Big 4 banks - have collectively invested $1.37 trillion, or 25%, of all fossil-fuel financing worldwide since 2015.
It's time to hold them accountable. Join us in calling on the Big 4 banks to fund people and planet, not climate chaos. Sign our action urging the Big 4 banks to end all finance for fossil fuel expansion immediately, set emissions reduction targets, require all fossil fuel clients to adopt robust transition plans, and protect human rights and Indigenous People's rights.