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16 recommended articles and videos in the "Financing Climate Change" category.
1.  US mega-banks behind 1/3 of climate-destroying oil and gas expansion: Report  

2022-11-10

NationofChange
View In: Financing Climate Change
“Global banks' top fossil fuel clients amount to a rogues' gallery of bad actors.”

3.  Biden Treasury Urged to Act as US Banks Help Big Oil 'Torch Our Planet'  

2022-11-02

Common Dreams - Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community
View In: Financing Climate Change
“Until Wall Street firms are held to account,” says a new letter, “no amount of investment in renewables can credibly undo the damage that their fossil fuel financing does to the climate.“

4.  Banks and G20 Nations Spent at Least $55 Billion a Year Financing Fossil Fuels  

2022-11-02

Truth Out
View In: Financing Climate Change
The U.S. spent an average of $2.6 billion on fossil fuel investments, and just $358 million on renewables from 2019-21.

5.  G20 Nations, Banks Spent Nearly Twice as Much Financing Fossil Fuels as Renewables  

2022-11-01

Common Dreams - Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community
View In: Financing Climate Change
“It is well past time that public finance dollars are spent to remedy fossil fuel colonialism by funding real solutions,” asserted one of the lead authors of a new report.

6.  With Fossil Fuel Companies Facing Pressure to Reduce Carbon Emissions, Private Equity Is Buying Up Their Aging Oil, Gas and Coal Assets  

2022-10-24

Inside Climate News
View In: Financing Climate Change

19. With Fossil Fuel Companies Facing Pressure to Reduce Carbon Emissions, Private Equity Is Buying Up Their Aging Oil, Gas and Coal Assets

2022-10-24

The concern is that these privately held companies, facing less external pressure, might continue to run coal plants and oil wells for longer than the publicly traded concerns would have

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