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Report alleges major banks contribute to climate change through increased funding of fossil fuels

In May 2019, a group of NGOs led by Rainforest Action Network published research findings that suggest some of the biggest banks around the world are financing fossil fuels more than ever before. Since the Paris Agreement took effect in 2016, 33 of the top banks have contributed $1.911 trillion in fossil fuel financing. 

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Business & Human Rights Resource Centre reached out to the top banks named in the report for a public response:

  1. Bank of America has not yet responded
  2. Bank of China did not respond
  3. Bank of Montreal response
  4. Barclays response
  5. Citi response
  6. Deutsche Bank response
  7. Goldman Sachs did not respond
  8. HSBC response
  9. JPMorgan Chase response
  10. Mizuho response
  11. Morgan Stanley response
  12. MUFG has not yet responded
  13. RBC (Royal Bank of Canada) response
  14. Scotiabank response
  15. SMBC Group did not respond
  16. TD Bank response
  17. Wells Fargo response

企业回应

Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD Bank) 浏览回应
Deutsche Bank 浏览回应
Barclays 浏览回应
Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group

没有回应

Bank of Montreal 浏览回应
Scotiabank 浏览回应
Royal Bank of Canada 浏览回应
JPMorgan Chase 浏览回应
Wells Fargo 浏览回应
Citigroup 浏览回应
Morgan Stanley 浏览回应
Goldman Sachs

没有回应

Mizuho Bank (part of Mizuho Financial Group) 浏览回应
Bank of China

没有回应

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