To: JPMorgan Chase, BlackRock, BNP, HSBC, and Santander
The Amazon is on fire, but Big Banks should feel the heat
The Amazon is on fire. Investors share the blame. You need to become a part of the solution.
Financial institutions must shift their investments away from the industries destroying the vital Amazon rainforest and the homes of its Indigenous inhabitants.
Many agribusiness and fossil fuel activities in which your companies finance or have investments in, actively violate Indigenous rights and worsen our climate crisis.
Stop financing Amazon and climate destruction!
Why is this important?
The Amazon Rainforest is on fire, and big agribusiness is to blame. These fires have been intentionally set to make a profit, so let’s take a close look at who’s profiting.
Deforestation is being driven by some of the biggest banks and investors in the world, and some of them are familiar names investing in fossil fuels too: like JPMorgan Chase, BlackRock, BNP, HSBC and Santander.
These investors do not only enable the destruction of forests and climate – they profit from it.
The Amazon has been described as the lungs of our planet. As you read this, we’re losing them. These fires impact each and every one of us, and it’s time every one of us takes a stand against the banks causing this climate disaster.
Take Action Now: Tell these big investors to STOP using your money to destroy the Amazon Rainforest!