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"If banks won’t stop funding climate devastation, our government must force their hand, and Senator Merkley's bills would force the action we need," said David Turnbull of Oil Change International.
Jacinda Ardern has drawn global praise for her response to COVID-19. Now it's time for her Government to show radical far-reaching action on climate change. Show the world what a true Just Transition looks like.
As ever with science not everything is as it seems. As many countries worldwide struggle with the second wave of COVID-19, there is an ongoing scientific debate about how best to control the virus without destroying the economy.
“This report shows that the UK has a clear opportunity to show climate leadership and stop propping up deadly fossil fuels with public money.
REPORTS & BRIEFINGS
A new report by Oil Change International and Rainforest Action Network (RAN) shows how major banks have continued pouring money into fracking companies in recent years despite numerous warnings that the sector was financially unsustainable — on top of the well-documented environmental, health and climate impacts of the industry.
Our new discussion paper analyzes the current climate commitments of eight of the largest integrated oil and fossil gas companies, and reveals that none come close to aligning their actions with the urgent 1.5°C global warming limit as outlined by the Paris Agreement.
Sixty climate and human rights groups from around the globe have issued a set of "Principles for Paris-Aligned Financial Institutions" to offer a roadmap for the decarbonization of the finance sector on a timetable aligned with the Paris Agreement.
Canada’s export bank, Export Development Canada (EDC), already provides on average nearly fourteen billion dollars in support to oil and gas companies each year. As a result, Canada ranks second highest among G20 countries in public finance for fossil fuels. Now the federal government is using EDC to channel even more support to the oil and gas sector, which has been intensely lobbying the government for a bailout package of up to $30 billion.