Climate Activists Rally Outside Marsh McLennan HQ in NYC, Citing Pipeline Support

See photos from the action. A growing movement is demanding that the world’s largest insurance brokerage drop the East African Crude Oil Pipeline Friday, July 1 (New York, NY) – Today, activists rallied outside the headquarters of Marsh McLennan, urging CEO Dan Glaser and other top executives to cut ties with the East African Crude …

Indigenous Environmental Network: Biden Revokes Keystone XL, Indigenous Leaders Celebrate and Push for Stronger Action

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Jennifer K. Falcon, [email protected], +1 218-760-9958 Bemidji, MN (January 20, 2021) – Today, President Biden officially revoked the presidential permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. This tar sands project, owned by TC Energy, has been challenged by the Indigenous Environmental Network since its first permit hearings back in 2010. While this is a …

Indigenous, Climate Activists Demand Liberty Mutual Stop Insuring Destructive Tar Sands Pipelines

Boston, MA (October 2, 2020)—Activists took to the streets today to demand that Liberty Mutual stop insuring and investing in the pipelines that devastate Indigenous rights and the environment. Liberty is backing the expansion of tar sands pipelines across North America, including the controversial Keystone XL and Trans Mountain pipelines. Tar sands are among the …

Rolling Stone: Big Insurance Is Climate’s Quiet Killer

A coalition of climate justice organizations is targeting Liberty Mutual for underwriting fossil fuels By  ELANA SULAKSHANA  &  TAMARA TOLES O’LAUGHLIN The following article was published on April 20 at RollingStone.com. Climate and social justice advocates have long worked to connect the dots between flows of big money and the main players propping up the …

Big Banks Lead Multi-Billion Dollar Bond Issuances Days After Company Pushes Pipeline Forward Amid Global Pandemic

Tar sands pipeline Keystone XL funded by JPMorgan Chase, Citi, and five Canadian banks, assisted by BlackRock SAN FRANCISCO, CA, April 3, 2020 — On Tuesday, March 31, TC Energy announced its decision to move forward with the controversial Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline — despite active legal challenges, a lack of required permits, …

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