Do you bank with Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, or Citibank?
These banks fund fossil fuels.
But as a customer, you can do something about it.
Tell your bank to stop funding fossil fuels and deforestation by signing-on to an open letter to your bank’s CEO. Fill out the form on this page to sign on.
Sign on to the Open Letter to CEOs here:
We have over 35,000 customers signed on to the open letters to CEOs!
Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and Citibank are the four largest financiers of fossil fuels and deforestation
in the world.
That’s why Customers for Climate Justice is organizing thousands of their customers to collectively demand that these four banks immediately stop funding climate chaos. We are supporting customers to put as much pressure on their financial institutions as possible: by writing emails and making phone calls to CEOs, talking to branch managers, and organizing other customers in their area.
If you bank with any of these four banks, take the first step and sign on to the open letter now by filling out the form above.
Read the Open Letters to CEOs
Once we get tens of thousands of customers to sign on to these letters, we will empower a group of customers to meet with the CEO of their bank where they will present the thousands of customer signatures demanding that their bank stops funding fossil fuels and deforestation.
Then, bank CEOs will have to make the choice: ignore the demands of thousands of customers or stop funding fossil fuels and deforestation.
Sign on to the Letter to Investors
Thousands of customers have now joined the demand that Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Citibank stop funding fossil fuels. Now we need customers demanding that their bank’s shareholders vote the right way on key climate resolutions. This year, we have a unique opportunity; we expect to see shareholder resolutions calling for an end to fossil fuel expansion to be introduced at the meetings of every Wall Street bank because ZERO Wall Street banks have taken this necessary action to prevent climate chaos. To stop a hole from getting bigger, you have to stop digging.
News & Updates
Banking on Climate Chaos Report
This report analyzes fossil fuel financing from the world’s 60 largest commercial and investment banks, including Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and Citibank.
The Dark Secret Behind Net Zero
In the run-up to the Glasgow Climate Talks, every major U.S. bank flaunted their admission to the Net Zero Banking Alliance. Yet, in spite of their net zero commitments, banks are still increasing their financing of fossil fuel and deforestation companies.
JPMorgan Chase Just Became the World’s Most Dangerous Bank
“While the IEA states that there can be no new investment in the expansion of fossil fuels, Chase doesn’t plan to reduce its investments in new fossil fuel supply at all within the next decade.”
A Fig Leaf for Fossil Expansion: Assessing JP Morgan Chase’s 2030 Climate Targets
JP Morgan Chase copied a trick from the fossil fuel industry’s playbook; rather than setting “absolute emissions” reductions targets they set targets using a “carbon intensity” metric, which allows Chase to both increase their funding of fossil fuels and meet their 2030 climate targets.