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Letter to Ex-Im Bank on COVID-19

As policy makers decide on the shape and size of stimulus packages, determining economic trajectories for decades to come, climate considerations must be central to their calculations. The worldwide health crisis is affecting every economy and society.

Still Digging: G20 Governments Continue to Finance the Climate Crisis

This analysis shows that since the Paris Agreement was made, G20 countries have acted directly counter to it by providing at least USD 77 billion a year in finance for oil, gas, and coal projects through their international public finance institutions.

Korean Translation: G20 Governments Continue to Finance the Climate Crisis

Korean translation: This analysis shows that since the Paris Agreement was made, G20 countries have acted directly counter to it by providing at least USD 77 billion a year in finance for oil, gas, and coal projects through their international public finance institutions.

Japanese Translation: G20 Governments Continue to Finance the Climate Crisis

Japanese translation: This analysis shows that since the Paris Agreement was made, G20 countries have acted directly counter to it by providing at least USD 77 billion a year in finance for oil, gas, and coal projects through their international public finance institutions.

Cashing in on COVID: Tax Breaks, Royalties and Stimulus Loans

As the US continues to lead the world in COVID-19 infections and deaths, Big Oil is looking to cash in on the policy response to the crisis. While frontline workers make due without hazard pay or protective gear, the domestic oil and gas industry is using its considerable lobbying muscle to secure a massive windfall at the expense of workers, taxpayers and the climate. Big Oil is not letting the coronavirus go to waste.

It’s Time to Abandon the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Shareholders should encourage Duke Energy and Dominion Energy executives to re-evaluate the prudence of pouring billions of dollars more into the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP). Current events demonstrate that it is time to change course.

Letter to EXIM Inspector General on Sasan ash spill

We have repeatedly brought serious environmental and human rights concerns (including ongoing fatalities) to the attention of EXIM. It is shocking and unacceptable that despite agency claims that these matters have been remedied, continued fatalities occur.

Letter to EXIM Bank on Sasan ash spill

We write regarding the most recent deaths that have occurred at the EXIM-supported Sasan coal plant and mine in India. This loss of life is completely unacceptable; the U.S. government should not be using taxpayer dollars to support such a deadly project.

Letter to Mnuchin on Big Ag COVID Relief

In order to prevent further concentration in the face of this crisis, we urge the Treasury Department to direct Title IV funds towards helping small and mid-sized family farmers stay on their land.

The Big Oil Money Pit

How $750 billion in new stimulus spending could prop up failing polluters