Big Banks are fueling the climate crisis. Since the Paris Agreement was signed in 2015, the largest banks have invested more than $3.8 trillion in oil, gas, and coal production.
Their practices are bad business for our climate, our economy, and communities already reeling from the impacts of climate change.
Fortunately, federal banking regulators are seeking input from members of the public on a historic proposal to tell Big Banks how they should deal with climate risk.
Tell regulators: Use the full extent of your authority to ensure that banks manage the risks that climate change poses to our economy and our planet.