World’s Biggest Banks Lent $3.8 Trillion for Fossil Fuel Projects After Paris Accord

HeadlineMar 25, 2021

A new report has revealed the world’s 60 largest banks lent more than $3.8 trillion for fossil fuel projects since 2016 following the signing of the Paris Climate Agreement. Top lenders included JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Citibank and the Bank of China.

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