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Report Finds Top Banks Moving Away From Coal: Citigroup and Barclays seen as laggards
Fifth annual coal finance report shows JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo end financing for mountaintop removal coal
Apr 17, 2014 | San Francisco | Rainforest Action Network

Today, Rainforest Action Network (RAN), Sierra Club and BankTrack released the fifth annual coal finance report card, "Extreme Investments, Extreme Consequences," which tracks the financiers of the worst-of-worst coal companies. The report shows that even as high-profile bankruptcies and costly environmental cleanup settlements illustrate the growing risks involved… read more >> | share >>

Indigenous groups in Honduras speak out against Dutch development bank FMO
Reject financing of the Agua Zarca dam project
Apr 16, 2014 | La Tejera, Rio Blanco, Honduras

On April 1st 2014, members of the Indigenous Council, the Elders Council, Patronato (Community Council), and other members of the Indigenous Lenca community of La Tejera, Rio Blanco, Intibuca in Honduras issued a joint open letter to Dutch development bank… read more >> | share >>

Société Générale is breaching its own standards in backing massive, risky Queensland coal project, study finds
Apr 15, 2014 | Paris | Les Amis de la Terre

Société Générale's support for the huge Alpha Coal mining project does not comply with its own environmental and social principles (1). This is the conclusion of a study released today (2) by Friends of the Earth France that assesses the… read more >> | share >>

BankTrack calls for strengthening of Green Bond Principles
Combatting climate change needs real commitments instead of loose guidelines - Banks must urgently curb fossil fuel financing
Apr 14, 2014 | Nijmegen

The Green Bonds Principles, a new set of guidelines for issuers of green bonds signed by 13 commercial banks last January, need to be revised to include genuine commitments rather than broad recommendations, and must tackle the issue of what can and cannot be considered ‘green' head on, said the NGO network BankTrack in an open… read more >> | share >>

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