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Exim Bank India: Don't wreck the Sundarbans
No funding for the Rampal coal power plant
American retirement funds are destroying rainforests
Innovative new web tool empowers citizen investor action on deforestation
By Friends of the Earth US | Jul 27, 2016 | Washington, D.C.

A new transparency tool, "Deforestation Free Funds," shows which global mutual funds contain palm-oil-related holdings, the fastest growing cause of rainforest destruction today. Friends of the Earth and As You Sow created this free online database to allow individual investors,… read more >> | share >>

Human rights groups call out the financial sector’s association with abuse
By GetUp!, Human Rights Law Centre | Jul 27, 2016 | Sydney

Australia's abusive offshore detention centres are sustained by a vast network of global banks and investment funds that are failing to meet their responsibility to respect human rights. Today the campaign against the Australian government's offshore detention centres (ODCs) moved further into the corporate sphere, exposing the links between Spanish infrastructure… read more >> | share >>

Coal: Will the Paris Agreement go up in smoke thanks to Crédit Agricole and Société Générale?
By Les Amis de la Terre, BankTrack and Greenpeace | Jul 27, 2016 | Paris

Crédit Agricole and Société Générale are set to decide this summer whether to finance the extension of the Tanjung Jati B coal power plant in Indonesia, seven months after COP21. [1] Friends of the Earth France, BankTrack and Greenpeace are calling on the banks not to make this mistake, and to instead withdraw from the project as… read more >> | share >>

Environmental organisations call on major European and US banks to stop bankrolling EPH
By BankTrack, E3G, Friends of the Earth France, Sandbag, urgewald | Jul 05, 2016 | Nijmegen, the Netherlands

A group of environmental organisations has today sent a series of open letters to major banks involved in granting over 3 billion euros in loans to Czech energy company EPH since 2012. The letters call attention to the role of these banks in financing the expansion of EPH into Europe's old fossil fuel assets to the point where the company is set to become the third-most… read more >> | share >>

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