JPMorgan Chase

Brett Wilkins, staff writer
There is growing pressure on banks and financial institutions to stop financing fossil fuel projects. (Photo: Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images)
"The only reasonable decision for investors in this situation is to green their portfolio and to quit companies planning new fossil investments now."
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Michael Corbat, chief executive officer of Citigroup Inc., Jamie Dimon, chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co., James Gorman, chief executive officer of Morgan Stanley, and Brian Moynihan, chief executive officer of Bank of America Corp., listen during a House Financial Services Committee hearing on April 10, 2019 in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Alex Wroblewski/Getty Images)
Stop the Money Pipeline coalition pressures executives at major banks,...
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Expanding on the momentum of the quickly growing national movement to hold JPMorgan Chase accountable for its central role in funding the global fossil fuel industry, dozens of New York residents with the organization Rise and Resist, with co-sponsor Rainforest Action Network, stormed the bank's new headquarters in central Manhattan on Nov. 20, 2019 demanding an end to its massive financing of the climate crisis. (Photo: Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images)
"Chase must move much farther and much faster, and we will do our best to prod...

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While marauding banksters trashing the environment and global economy have yet to see a day in jail, climate change activist Reverend Billy faces a year in prison for a recent "extinction resurrection" performance by his Church of Stop Shopping Choir, dressed as now-extinct golden frogs, at a NYC branch of JP Morgan Chase, the world's top investor in global warming projects. For their performance of "We Surround You," the City charged the frequently arrested Reverend, aka Bill Talen, with riot...