Hello Jeanne,

As we approach the global climate talks in Glasgow, we are coming together to demand “fossil banks” like JP Morgan Chase stop funding fossil fuels.

On October 29th, people around the world are planning a day of actionagainst the biggest funders of climate chaos – and no other bank in the world pours as much money into fossil fuels as JP Morgan Chase.

Across the country, a growing network of Indigenous Land Defenders, NGOs, climate activists, and student strikers are preparing actions for October 29th. We need your help with making these events as impactful as possible.

Will you support the Fossil Free Future day of action on October 29th?


Big banks are accelerating the climate crisis by financing fossil fuels – and they must be held accountable. Without funding, fossil fuel projects cannot be built. And that’s exactly what we need in order to stave off the worst effects of the climate emergency.

This October 29, join us and the Youth Climate Finance Alliance as we take to the streets and call out the largest financier of fossil fuels, JP Morgan Chase, to divest from fossil fuels by joining an action near you.

The day of action will build on the long-running campaign, which has seen thousands of members like you raise their voice and demand action from the largest fossil banks in the world. At Stand.earth we know that even the biggest companies can be moved to do the right thing. We just need to keep up the pressure.

Click here to join an action near you to stop the financing of fossil fuels!

If we’re going to beat the climate crisis, we have to stop funding the corporations that are causing it.

In solidarity,

Amy Gray
Senior Climate Finance Strategist

Stand.earth challenges corporations, industries, and governments to prioritize the well-being of people, our environment, and our climate by creating long-term, effective solutions. None of this work is possible without your support.
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