JP Morgan Chase is the biggest global funder of the fossil fuel industry, responsible for climate and community destruction. Join us to call out Chase Bank in multiple reviews at every branch in the country.

  1. Click a state on the map and choose a Chase Bank branch on Google Maps to review — or go to Chase’s Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter
  2. Write a review to tell Chase: Stop using our money to destroy our lives. Fund a sustainable future
  3. Record your reviews just below the map; help turn the map green!

Sample review materials — use these or make your own!

Quick Facts
  • JPMorgan Chase is the biggest global funder of the fossil fuel industry.
  • Since the 2016 Paris Climate Accord, the fossil fuel industry got $268 billion from Chase.
  • Fossil fuels are a major cause of climate chaos.
  • The fossil fuel industry has its heaviest negative impact on communities of color.
  • Chase makes massive profit from climate degradation and human suffering.
  • The fossil fuel sector is only a small percentage of Chase’s portfolio: Chase can stop its support!

Looking for more facts? Check out the full Banking on Climate Change 2020 report.

Sample reviews
  • Chase: profiting from the devastation of toxic #tarsands pipelines has to stop. As the recent fires show, we are in a climate crisis now and protecting our water and forests is critical. #DefundTarSands #StopTheMoneyPipeline
  • #tarsands oil is one of the dirtiest, most carbon-intensive fossil fuels on our planet. Chase, there’s no excuse for pipelines to keep being built or for banks to keep funding them. #DefundTarSands #StopTheMoneyPipeline
  • This year banks, including Chase, made big statements about racial equity but they continue to invest in toxic #tarsands pipelines that wreak havoc on Indigenous, Black, and Brown communities. #DefundTarSands #StopTheMoneyPipeline
  • Chase Bank is the biggest money pipeline fueling the climate emergency. CHASE: SWITCH TO CLEAN INVESTMENTS! #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline
  • Chase Bank profits daily from climate chaos. CHASE: STOP FUNDING FOSSIL FUELS AND SUPPORT OUR FUTURE. #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline
  • Chase Bank profits from pipelines that trample Indigenous Rights and hit frontline communities hard. CHASE: STOP HARMING AMERICANS! #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline
  • CHASE has increased funding for fossil fuels since the Paris Climate Accord. Do you want to support that? #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline #MoveYourMoney
  • Chase funds the fossil fuel industry and fossil fuels harm people of color the most. CHASE: STOP SUPPORTING SUFFERING. #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline
  • The fossil fuel industry is on life support, propped up by bailouts and subsidies—and Chase Bank. DON’T SUPPORT A BANK THAT HAS RISKY INVESTMENTS! #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline #MoveYourMoney
  • Concerned about the climate? Follow the money! Big banks support big oil. And Chase is the biggest global funder. #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline #MoveYourMoney
  • Chase is a major reason fossil fuel companies keep drilling. We must keep oil in the ground! Chase can afford to end these investments in dirty energy. CHASE: INVEST IN THE FUTURE OF THE PLANET. #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline
Sample images

Static Images


Chase: worst in the world, profiting off climate change; an oil pipelines spills through a Chase logo

Chase: worst in the world, profiting off climate change; an oil pipelines spills through a Chase logo

Fossil Fuel Funding 2016-2019: a bar graph shows Bank of America at $157 billion, Citi at $188 billion, Wells Fargo at $198 billion, and JP Morgan Chase at $269 billion

Fossil Fuel Funding 2016-2019: a bar graph shows Bank of America at $157 billion, Citi at $188 billion, Wells Fargo at $198 billion, and JP Morgan Chase at $269 billion

JP Morgan admits to “terrible customer experience” in response to discrimination allegations; JP Morgan Chase to pay $55m to settle racial discrimination charges

JP Morgan admits to “terrible customer experience” in response to discrimination allegations; JP Morgan Chase to pay $55m to settle racial discrimination charges

Let’s cut to the Chase… stop banking on climate chaos!; a Chase card being cut by a pair of scissors

Let’s cut to the Chase… stop banking on climate chaos!; a Chase card being cut by a pair of scissors

US Banks are the world’s biggest funders of dirty fossil fuels; a red silhouette of a factory emits a cloud of smoke with the names of US Banks JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Citi, and Bank of America

US Banks are the world’s biggest funders of dirty fossil fuels; a red silhouette of a factory emits a cloud of smoke with the names of US Banks JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Citi, and Bank of America

JP Morgan Chase settles lawsuit claiming “uniform and national” racism for $24 million; class action filed against JP Morgan Chase Bank over alleged race-based pay discrimination

JP Morgan Chase settles lawsuit claiming “uniform and national” racism for $24 million; class action filed against JP Morgan Chase Bank over alleged race-based pay discrimination

Chase: Stop profiting off dirty energy and rights abuses; an oil pipeline spills through a Chase logo

Chase: Stop profiting off dirty energy and rights abuses; an oil pipeline spills through a Chase logo

Since the Paris Agreement, JP Morgan Chase has spent $268 billion financing fossil fuel projects; a Chase Bank branch is shown in the background

Since the Paris Agreement, JP Morgan Chase has spent $268 billion financing fossil fuel projects; a Chase Bank branch is shown in the background

An oil pipeline spills through a Chase logo onto the word Chase

An oil pipeline spills through a Chase logo onto the word Chase

GIFs for Facebook Comments


Stop banking on climate chaos!; the letter o in the word “stop” flashes between a stop sign and a Chase logo

Stop banking on climate chaos!; the letter o in the word “stop” flashes between a stop sign and a Chase logo

What do we want? Climate Justice!

What do we want? Climate Justice!

An earth on fire runs away in fear

An earth on fire runs away in fear

Using Image Descriptions


  • What is an Image Description?
    • An image description, also known as alt text, makes your image understandable to blind and low-vision internet users utilizing screen reader technology.

  • How to Write and Add Image Descriptions
    • Image descriptions should be succinct, specific, and focused on information that is contextually relevant. Each image we’ve included for National Chase Takeover comes with a description that you can copy and paste. Instructions for adding image descriptions to social media and Google Maps reviews are included below. We also encourage you to include descriptions when you share your own images.

  • Google Maps
    1. Add your image by clicking the plus camera icon and selecting the image(s) you want to add.
    2. Hover over each image and Add Caption will appear directly beneath the image. Click on that.
    3. Start with the words “Image Description:” or “Alt Text:” and then add your image description.
    4. Press the enter key when you are done and continue creating your review.

  • Facebook
    1. Upload your photo in the usual way.
    2. Mouse over the photo and an Edit button will appear on the top left. Click that Edit button.
    3. Write or paste your image description in the box labeled Alternative Text
    4. Click Save and continue posting as usual.

  • Twitter
    1. Click on the Tweet compose button, or press the “n” key to use the keyboard shortcut. Attach your photo(s).
    2. Click Add description.
    3. Type your description of the image and click the Done button. To edit the description, re-open the Add description dialog prior to posting the Tweet. (The limit is 1000 characters.)
    4. You can add a description to each image in a Tweet.

  • Instagram
    1. Using the Instagram app on your phone, start to create a post in the usual way.
    2. After you select a photo and choose your filter, tap Next.
    3. On the screen in which you add the caption, tag people, and add a location, tap Advanced Settings at the bottom, below the option to connect to other social networking sites.
    4. In the Accessibility section of the Advanced Settings page, tap Write Alt Text.
    5. Write a short description of the photo and then tap Done
    6. Finish posting your photo in the usual way.

Sample videos

National Chase Takeover Video

YouTube

Rev. Yearwood of the Hip-Hop Caucus on Climate Justice

YouTube

The Hidden Pandemic

Twitter

The Big Banks Financing Climate Destruction

YouTube

Fossil Fuels:Bad for our Health

Facebook / Twitter / Instagram

Google Map Review Details
  • Only those with Gmail accounts can leave reviews on Maps.
  • Click on Write a review and get started. (Or if you’re using the Google Maps app, click the grey stars under Rate & Review). For example:
  • Chase Bank profits daily from climate chaos. CHASE: stop funding fossil fuels and support our future. #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline
  • Chase Bank funds pipelines that trample Indigenous Rights and hit frontline communities hard. CHASE: STOP HARMING AMERICANS! #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline
  • Click on the icon to add an image.
  • Note: Disable any ad blockers if you are asked to log in to Google and you are already logged in.
  • Like and Share previous reviews to promote our folk’s posts.
Social Media Reviews Details

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chase/

    • Make a comment under one or more of the Chase posts.
      • For example, under a post for the Chase mobile app you can ask: Will the Chase mobile app inform me when Chase Bank stops funding fossil fuel development? #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline
      • Or as a Comment on almost any post, you might say: Chase is the world’s largest funder of the fossil fuel industry, when we are facing a climate crisis. How is Chase okay with that? #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline
    • Scroll through the comments and look for others referring to the Chase Takeover and then “Like” those comments, or reply to them.
    • You can’t add images to Facebook comments — but you can add GIPHYs.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChaseSupport/

    • Tweet at @ChaseSupport
    • Use the hashtags #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline and/or #MoveYourMoney
    • Here are a couple tweet examples:
      • Concerned about the climate? Follow the money! Big banks support big oil. And Chase is the biggest global funder. #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline #MoveYourMoney
      • Chase is a major reason fossil fuel companies keep drilling. We must keep oil in the ground! Chase can afford to end these investments in dirty energy. CHASE: invest in the future of the planet. #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline

Instagram: @Chase

    • Click on a Chase post and add a comment.
    • Scroll through the other comments and look for others referring to the Digital Chase Takeover and “Like” them.
    • Add your comment; here are a couple of ideas:
      • Just like the 2008 financial crisis exposed the risks of Chase Bank’s own credit instruments, so this crisis exposes Chase’s failure to warn about the risk of fossil fuel investment. #TakeoverChase #StopTheMoneyPipeline
      • Chase Bank is using our money to destroy our future. Fossil fuels are just a small part of Chase’s investments but a big part of climate destruction. Time to move our money to investment in a healthy planet. #TakeoverChase#StopTheMoneyPipeline #MoveYourMoney
    • Like and Share previous reviews to promote other folk’s posts.
FAQs
  • How do I get more involved with the Chase Campaign?
  • How do I get more detailed numbers-oriented information about Chase Bank’s involvement in the climate crisis?
  • How do I move my money out of big banks like Chase?
    • We made a step-by-step guide to help you learn how to remove yourself from being part of the financing of fossil fuels. The guide includes how to choose a financial institution, steps to moving your money, and how to let your Bank know you’ve moved your money.
    • Click here to get a step-by-step guide to moving your money.
  • Does this violate Google’s terms of service?
    • As far as we know this doesn’t violate the terms of service because these reviews are about Chase’s business practices. That said, we had reports of people losing Yelp accounts when we included them in our targeting because they specifically disallows news and politics-based reviews. That’s why also why we aren’t targeting their Yelp page. So, this action should be safe — but if you are particularly worried you may want to create a second google account for this action.
  • If I’m young and am looking for a bank, what should I do to be sure my money doesn’t fund climate chaos?