Despite major promises to put climate at the center of its business, BlackRock continues to be one of the world’s biggest funders of the mining, agribusiness and fossil fuel companies that are involved in conflicts affecting Indigenous peoples and their territories.

In 2020, BlackRock hinted it would take a new approach on deforestation and biodiversity, and yet its recently announced commitments failed to provide any meaningful measures on how the company will conduct due diligence on Indigenous rights and deforestation risks.

Join us this Thursday at 3PM PT/6PM ET/8PM to learn more about BlackRock’s horrendous record on Indegenous rights around the world

Join Indigenous frontline leaders Sônia Guajajara and Eloy Terena of the Association of Brazil’s Indigenous Peoples (APIB) to hear first hand about the impacts of BlackRock’s investments on their lives and communities, and the responsibility BlackRock has to respect their future.

Register now for the webinar “BlackRock’s Record on Indigenous Rights” on Thursday, February 4th, 3PM PT/6PM ET/8PM BRT.

As the world’s largest money manager, BlackRock has a responsibility to ensure that companies around the world are respecting Indigenous rights and preventing catastrophic deforestation.

We hope you’ll join our webinar to learn more about Blackrock’s Record in Indigenous Rights.

In solidarity,
Stop the Money Pipeline

1. “Complicity in Destruction III, How Global Corporations Enable Violations of Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in the Brazilian Amazon” —
2. “BlackRock: Our 2021 Stewardship Expectations” —

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