New report reveals that from 2018 to 2020, at least USD 10.9 billion per year was provided for financing oil, gas & coal projects by Japan.
Although increasingly recognizing their role in driving biodiversity loss, banks have yet to develop consistent, comprehensive policies and practices in ensuring that their direct and indirect financing does not cause or accelerate biodiversity loss. In an attempt to address biodiversity impacts, many banking institutions have embraced “no-net loss” or “net gain” commitments, which inherently rely on offset schemes. While biodiversity offsets may seem like a seductively simple solution to a complex problem, “Fool’s Paradise:…
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Urgent action is needed to ensure 2021 marks the end of international public finance to fossil fuels. This would free up significant support for clean energy and a just and equitable transition worldwide.
A handful of Big Oil companies drilling overseas have benefited massively from carve-outs they won in the GOP’s 2017 tax bill
Friends of the Earth United States (FOE) writes to express deep concern for EXIM’s consideration of Pengerang Energy Complex (PEC) Petrochemical Project in Penerang, Johor, Malaysia.
We write to express deep concern for EXIM’s consideration of an oil refinery in the Terektinsky District (near Uralsk) in West Kazakhstan.