#StopTheMoneyPipeline - JPMorgan Chase Action

Start: Thursday, April 23, 2020 9:00 AM

*This action has been updated to respond to COVID-19 concerns. Stay tuned for details.*

As part of Earth Day Live 2020, April 23rd is Stop the Money Pipeline Day of Action. Across the country, thousands will rise up to hold the financial backers of the fossil fuel industry accountable. Join the national movement to demand JPMorgan & Chase end all fossil fuel funding and invest in our futures!

Here in Chicago, our action is part of the Earth Day to May Day Chicago Coalition to build a just transition. Join us in taking action online and safely in the streets, respecting physical distancing, if you can! We will release an action guide soon. **RSVP and share on Facebook here.**

JPMorgan Chase is the world's largest funder of fossil fuels. Since the Paris Agreement was signed in late 2015, Chase has loaned $270 Billion to fossil fuel companies, including companies that are building new coal mines, new tar sands pipelines, and new fracked gas export terminals that are incompatible with curtailing catastrophic climate change. During the current COVID-19 public health crisis, Chase Bank chose to prioritize the dying oil industry over people's health, in loaning $1.25 Trillion to the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.

Read the Earth Day to May Day Chicago Coalition vision statement, signed by dozens of labor, environmental, immigration and social justice organizations, here.

Read the 2020 Banking on Climate Change Report.

Follow Stop the Money Pipeline.