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Deutsche Bank 2015: 'Irresponsible, unlawful, reckless'
Bank should follow the divestment course of other investors – No more money for climate offenders and mountain top removal – environmental catastrophe is looming through new investments in Bangladesh
May 21, 2015 | Berlin/Cologne

On the occasion of the Annual General Meeting of Deutsche Bank today,  the bank has been criticised by an alliance of environmental and human rights organisations. This is due to a complete lack of implementation of its much-vaunted culture change.

Most striking is the bank's completely ignorant behaviour regarding climate protection and human rights. Deutsche… read more >> | share >>

Crédit Agricole announces end to global coal mining finance at AGM
Campaigners call on bank to sign Paris Pledge to quit coal completely
May 20, 2015 | Paris

Crédit Agricole announced today at its annual general meeting in Lille that it is ending its multi-million euro funding for coal mining projects and companies. Less than seven months before the United Nations conference on climate change in Paris (COP 21), Crédit Agricole has become the second major bank in the world – after Bank of America… read more >> | share >>

Roger Federer encourages rainforest campaigners
Tennis star asks Credit Suisse to review the bank's business relationship with Indonesian pulp and paper group RGE/APRIL

Tennis star Roger Federer is calling on Credit Suisse, the Swiss bank, to review their business relationship with RGE/APRIL, an Indonesian pulp and paper group that is responsible for the wide-spread clearcutting of rainforests in the Indonesian province of Riau (Sumatra). Federer was approached last month by Isnadi Esman and Woro Supartinah, two Indonesian activists… read more >> | share >>

BNP Paribas AGM: time to quit coal!
May 13, 2015 | Paris | Les Amis de la Terre

In less than seven months' time, Paris will host the twenty-first United Nations conference on climate change. The banks, as major economic players, are expected at the meeting. By December this year, they will be judged on what they have done - or not done - to prevent global warming and its consequences for the people of this planet. Thus, as the BNP Paribas annual… read more >> | share >>

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