This 12th annual version of the report expands its scope
to investigate the fossil fuel financing and policies of the world’s 60
largest banks. The report makes it clear that none of the world's
largest banks are truly in line with a liveable climate — regardless of
their recent policies.
As the climate crisis deepens, the world’s biggest banks
are making it worse by pouring more and more money into fossil fuels,
and the United States' largest banks are doing the most damage of all.
The report features a case study about the Line 3
pipeline we're fighting so hard to stop. We've talked at length about
the role of Chase in funding the pipeline — they are, after all, the
world's largest funder of fossil fuels — but the report dives deeper,
showing there are at least 29 banks providing over $12.9 billion in
loans to Enbridge.