JPMorgan Chase is the world’s largest funder of the fossil fuel industry.

It’s Time to Bank For Good – MOVE YOUR MONEY

Chase Bank has financed over $317B to the fossil fuel industry since the signing of the Paris Agreement – to corporations that are building coal mines, oil pipelines and fracked gas terminals ― that’s 36% more than any other bank in the world.! Chase tops the list of the Dirty Dozen named in the RAN 2021 Banking on Climate Report.
For years grassroots organizers have been building a powerful, nationally networked campaign to hold Chase accountable for its complicity in the climate crisis. Now, we’re keeping the pressure on until Chase completely stops funding the climate crisis.

 

TAKE ACTION!

CALL JAMIE DIMON: Defund Climate Chaos

We’re calling and emailing Chase CEO Jamie Dimon to demand that CHASE stops funding climate chaos.  

 Call Jamie Dimon #212-270-1111  

  • “Hi, I am calling because I am greatly concerned about the fact that Chase is continuing to provide financing for the corporations most responsible for causing climate change: the fossil fuel industry and corporations engaged in widespread tropical deforestation. Can you please pass the message along to Mr. Dimon?”

If you are a Chase customer make sure to let them know. If no one answers, please leave a Voicemail.

Using the call tool, click Jamie Dimon and when you click the MAKE THE CALL button, the system will call your phone and patch you through

Once your call is completed, if you want to stay on the line the tool will dial the next target.

UPDATE: if mailboxes are full, send an email now!

JPMorgan Chase finally released its 2030 targets for aligning its business model with the Paris Agreement. But instead of any meaningful changes, Chase doesn’t intend to reduce the funding of the fossil fuel industry at all in the next decade.

Take action now and send an email to the CEOs of the major Wall Street banks letting them know that this greenwashing won’t be tolerated.

LEARN MORE

Rolling Stone: “How JPMorgan Chase Became the Doomsday Bank”

Teen Vogue: “Banks That Fund the Fossil Fuel Industry Don’t Deserve Your Business”

Common Dreams: “In the Fight to Curtail the Climate Crisis, the Earth Just Moved a Little”

New Yorker: “Money Is the Oxygen on Which the Fire of Global Warming Burns”

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