Wall Street’s Moment of Truth: People or Fossil Fuels

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This April and May, Wall Street banks and insurance companies will host their annual shareholder meetings. We expect shareholder resolutions calling for an end to fossil fuel expansion to be introduced at the meetings of every Wall Street bank and several major insurance companies. 

That’s why we’ve launched
Wall Street’s Moment of Truth: People or Fossil Fuels.

Art by Cesar Maxit

Defund Formosa Plastics
March 28 – April 1

Between March 28 & April 1, activists around the country will deliver petitions to Bank of America branches, demanding that they do not fund the toxic Formosa Plastics Plant in St. James, Louisiana.


Join the Week of Action Sign the Petition

Defund Climate Chaos: Week of Arts Actions

April 2 – April 10

This may well be the largest ever coordinated street art protest ― we are sending 30,000 large works of street art to activists around the country.


The Street Art Kit

Art by Jackie Fawn


Bank with Chase, Citi, Wells Fargo or Bank of America?

Sign the Open Letters

Sign the Petition to Wall St. CEOs


Add your name

Make a call to Wall Street


Make a Call

Sign the Defund Formosa Petition


Sign the Petition


Defund Climate
Chaos Art

Art has been central to every successful movement. We commissioned 6 powerful movement artists to make beautiful imagery for this campaign. 

Check out the #DefundClimateChaos Art Kit

Defund Formosa Organizing Toolkit

Organizers with the Defund Formosa campaign made a powerful organizing toolkit with imagery, organizing tips, and tricks for the campaign.

Defund Formosa Organizing Toolkit.

Shareholder Resolutions

Investors have introduced shareholder resolutions at Chase, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Chubb, Hartford and more.

View the bank resolutions here.

View the insurance resolutions at Chubb, Hartford, and Travelers.

How Banks Fuel Climate Chaos

Since the Paris Agreement was adopted in late 2015, just six US banks have loaned more than $1.2 Trillion to the fossil fuel industry.

Read more about how banks fuel climate chaos here.

Check out the How Banks Fuel the Climate Crisis webinar.