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CitiBank

Dear CitiBank customer <3,

CitiBank’s Sustainable Progress Strategy “is based on our commitment to innovation, responsible finance, client partnership, and strengthening the connection of environmental and social issues and global finance.”  Why, then, has Citigroup financed $24.06 billion for coal power, $3.8 billion for coal mining, $23.37 billion for “extreme” oil drilling, and $25.89 billion for liquefied natural gas export from 2013-15?

Join the Big Bank Boycott.  Tell your bank to divest from fossil fuels, and if they don’t, move your money to a community bank or credit union.

“You’re feeding the monster.” http://www.thebigbankboycott.com

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Bank of America

Dear Bank of America customer <3,

Bank of America’s environmental investment strategy claims: “We understand the powerful role we have to play—globally—in helping our customers and clients navigate the transition to a low-carbon, sustainable economy.”  Why, then, has Bank of America financed $10.85 billion for coal power, $3.92 for coal mining, $24.85 billion for “extreme” oil drilling, and $29.61 billion for liquefied natural gas export from 2013-15?    

Join the Big Bank Boycott.  Tell your bank to divest from fossil fuels, and if they don’t, move your money to a community bank or credit union.

“You’re feeding the monster.” http://www.thebigbankboycott.com

Wells Fargo

Dear Wells Fargo customer <3,

Wells Fargo’s environmental investment strategy claims: “We are committed to doing our part to accelerate the transition to a lower-carbon economy and reduce the impacts of climate change.”  Why, then, has Wells Fargo financed $7.62 billion for coal power, $1.71 billion for coal mining, $6.05 billion for “extreme” oil drilling, and $13.33 billion for liquefied natural gas export from 2013-15?    

Join the Big Bank Boycott.  Tell your bank to divest from fossil fuels, and if they don’t, move your money to a community bank or credit union.

“You’re feeding the monster.” http://www.thebigbankboycott.com

Morgan Stanley

Dear Morgan Stanley customer <3,

Morgan Stanley’s environmental investment strategy claims: “Given our position as one of the world’s leading financial services firms and our ongoing commitment to good corporate citizenship, we have a responsibility to manage and leverage our resources in a way that promotes a healthy and sustainable environment.”  Why, then, has Morgan Stanley financed $6.59 billion for coal power, $1.55 billion for coal mining, $23.57 billion for “extreme” oil drilling, and $19.23 billion for liquefied natural gas export from 2013-15?

Join the Big Bank Boycott.  Tell your bank to divest from fossil fuels, and if they don’t, move your money to a community bank or credit union.

“You’re feeding the monster.” http://www.thebigbankboycott.com

ING

Dear ING customer <3,

ING’s sustainability transition document states: “Being sustainable is not just about reducing our own footprint, it is in all the choices we make – as a lender, as an investor and through the services we offer our customers. We continue to believe that financial services play a significant role in creating a healthy and sustainable world.”  Why, then, has ING financed $4.91 billion for coal power, $610 million for coal mining, $780 million for “extreme” oil drilling, and $2.93 billion for liquefied natural gas export from 2013-15?  

Join the Big Bank Boycott.  Tell your bank to divest from fossil fuels, and if they don’t, move your money to a community bank or credit union.

“You’re feeding the monster.” http://www.thebigbankboycott.com

Goldman Sachs

Dear Goldman Sachs customer <3,

“Goldman Sachs believes that a healthy environment is necessary for the well-being of society, our people and our business, and is the foundation for a sustainable and strong economy.”  Why, then, has Goldman Sachs financed $3 billion for coal power, $5.67 billion for coal mining, $13.16 billion for “extreme” oil drilling, and $11.69 billion for liquefied natural gas export from 2013-15?

Join the Big Bank Boycott.  Tell your bank to divest from fossil fuels, and if they don’t, move your money to a community bank or credit union.

“You’re feeding the monster.” http://www.thebigbankboycott.com

TD Bank

Dear TD Bank customer <3,

TD Bank’s environmental investment strategy claims: “It’s clear that TD’s environmental responsibilities stretch beyond our own business operation and extend to the activities that we finance through both lending and investing.”  Why, then, has TD Bank financed $60 million for coal power, $3.86 billion for “extreme” oil drilling, and $1.29 billion for liquefied natural gas export from 2013-15?  

Join the Big Bank Boycott.  Tell your bank to divest from fossil fuels, and if they don’t, move your money to a community bank or credit union.

“You’re feeding the monster.” http://www.thebigbankboycott.com

Chase

Dear Chase customer <3,

JP Morgan Chase’s environmental investment strategy claims: “We recognize that the policies and practices we adopt today will shape not only our lives, but also those of future generations.”  Why, then, has JP Morgan Chase financed $13.41 billion for coal power, $2.65 billion for coal mining, $37.77 billion for “extreme” oil drilling, and $30.58 billion for liquefied natural gas export from 2013-15?

Join the Big Bank Boycott.  Tell your bank to divest from fossil fuels, and if they don’t, move your money to a community bank or credit union.

“You’re feeding the monster.” http://www.thebigbankboycott.com

   

PNC

Dear PNC customer <3,

PNC’s environmental investment strategy claims: “PNC supports the continued adoption of renewable energy and encourages innovation in the deployment of alternative energy sources by helping customers implement economically viable renewable energy solutions.”  But at the same time, PNC has financed $510 million for coal power, $2.3 billion for coal mining, and $180 million for liquefied natural gas export from 2013-15?

Join the Big Bank Boycott.  Tell your bank to divest from fossil fuels, and if they don’t, move your money to a community bank or credit union.

“You’re feeding the monster.” http://www.thebigbankboycott.com

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