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JPMorgan Chase Exit UN Climate Action 100+

JP Morgan Chase exits the UN investor alliance Climate Action 100+, an investor-led initiative focused on compelling the world’s largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters to take necessary action on climate change. I’m not surprised, given JP Morgan’s significant investment in fossil fuels. This action merely reveals their true colors! It’s time to end this absurdity and redirect funds from these climate villains to climate solutions instead. Imagine if JP Morgan would exit their fossil fuel investment instead, and invest all this money in green solutions instead. #MovetheMoney now! Sources: Exit Climate Action: https://www-foxbusiness-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.foxbusiness.com/politics/jpmorgan-chase-drops-out-of-massive-un-climate-alliance-in-stunning-move.amp JP Morgan fossil fuel investments: https://investinginclimatechaos.org/data?org=JPMorgan+Chase

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  • Esther Wanjiku

    7 w

    JP Morgan chase should be at the centre stage funding green investments and not abandoning UN climate action programs

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    • We Don't Have Time

      8 w

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      • George Kariuki

        8 w

        It's time to #MovetheMoney away from climate villains like JP Morgan Chase and towards investments that prioritize people and the planet.

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        • Carl Bärstad

          8 w

          Another sign that trying to affect runaway oil companies through shareholder activism doesn't work. Divesting as well as boycotting all companies that enables the daily operations of the fossil fuel industry (e.g. banks and insurance companies) is the only thing that will work and ultimately also give politicians the mandate to stop their outrageous subsidies of the industry.

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          • Gorffly mokua

            8 w

            This is disappointing but lets hope that JPMorgan Chase will reconsider their decision!

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            • Boniface Kuria

              8 w

              What could have informed this decision by JP Morgan Chase that is contradiction with the direction the rest of the world is taking.

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              • Saustine Lusanzu

                8 w

                Disappointed to see him leaving

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                • Princess

                  8 w

                  This move goes against the urgent need for collective action to combat climate change and signals a troubling disregard for environmental responsibility.

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                  • Gorffly mokua

                    8 w

                    @princess_nel_268 I completely agree with your sentiment regarding the need for collective action to combat climate change.👏👏

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                  • walter lungayi

                    8 w

                    It's disappointing to see JP Morgan Chase leave the Climate Action 100+ initiative, especially considering the importance of addressing climate change. Their significant investment in fossil fuels is a concern for environmental advocates.

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