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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.

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.

Improving Greenhouse Gas Accounting: Recommendations for the world’s newest development finance institution

Appropriately addressing climate change represents ground zero for any development institution to be effective today and in the future. To be the best institution that it can be, the DFC must comprehensively integrate the climate emergency into its core functioning.

Adding Fuel to the Fire: Export Credit Agencies and Fossil Fuel Finance

The Export Credit Agencies (ECAs) of G20 countries continue to be a significant source of support for fossil fuel projects around the world.

OPIC Rovuma LNG Comments

OPIC and its successor, the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC), aim to provide finance in order to alleviate poverty, but it remains unclear how Rovuma LNG will actually accomplish this.

UNESCO Biosphere Letter – Mozambique LNG

We are deeply concerned about the harmful impacts on the critically endangered species and unique ecosystems of Quirimbas Biosphere Reserve, as well as the negative effects on local communities and their rights, as a result of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) development in the Cabo Delgado province in northern Mozambique.

ECA Support for Coal in the Face of OECD Financing Restrictions

This report analyzes potential and current support for coal plants by ECAs in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which includes most of the world’s largest ECAs (though, notably, not China).