There’s a lot going on in the world. We’re in the midst of a global pandemic. People around the country are taking to the streets to defend Black lives and protest police brutality. Throughout it all, big banks are continuing to fund fossil fuels which means the clock keeps ticking on climate change.

Join us tomorrow, July 14th at 12pm ET, 9am PT for part one of a two-part webinar series that will break down the ways that banks fuel the climate crisis — and what we can do about it.

During this webinar you’ll get a better sense of who are the worst players across the world, and what people are doing about it. Plus, at the end we’ll ask you what you want to learn more about, and use that to inform part two!

Here are the details:

  • What: How Big Banks Fuel the Climate Crisis: Part 1.
  • When: Tuesday, July 14th at noon ET / 9am PT
  • Where: Your phone or computer — register here to join

By funding fossil fuel companies and projects, banks press the gas pedal on climate change. They fuel harm to communities sited near fossil fuel projects, as well as to communities that are already feeling the hurt from our warming climate. In recognition of our growing movement, many banks have taken steps away from coal or other fossil fuels — but they haven’t done nearly enough.

During the webinar you’ll learn about:

  • How banks worsen the climate crisis, in the U.S. and beyond
  • Targeting banks in frontline campaigns to keep fossil fuels in the ground
  • Examples of how activists are working to change the system

Banks don’t want us to focus on their dirty financing. But we won’t let that stop us.

Register now – and we’ll see you tomorrow, July 14, at noon ET / 9am PT.

In solidarity,
Stop the Money Pipeline

P.S. Help us spread the word about this webinar so more people can join and learn about how big banks are fuel the climate crisis. Click here to RSVP for the event on Facebook and share it with your friends.

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