HSBC: New Christian Aid report shows bank still willing to profit from coal despite green claims
Wednesday October 17th, 2018.
HSBC has been accused of greenwashing by Christian Aid as the charity publishes a new report highlighting the bank’s refusal to rule out coal financing in Vietnam, Bangladesh and Indonesia.
Today HSBC is hosting a Make My ...
Statement in response to Standard Chartered's announcement today that it will stop financing new coal-fired power plants
Tuesday September 24th, 2018.
Christian Aid welcomes Standard Chartered's decision and hopes it will exert pressure on other banks to follow suit.
Christian Aid welcomes first UK bank to wash its hands of coal projects
Wednesday May 30th, 2018.
Responding to the announcement from RBS that it will stop financing new coal projects as well as the exploration and extraction of tar sands, Christian Aid’s Senior Private Sector Adviser, Keval Bharadia, said:“We’ve been watching ...
HSBC signals end to coal financing but misses chance to join green banking leaders
Friday April 20th, 2018.
Responding to HSBC’s new energy policy released today which outlined plans to cutback lending to coal power projects, Christian Aid’s Senior Private Sector Advisor, Keval Bharadia, said:“It is good to see HSBC finally end lending ...
COP23: Talanoa Dialogue has switched on the Paris Agreement’s ratchet mechanism says Christian Aid
Friday, November 17, 2017.
As the UN climate summit in Bonn comes to a close, Christian Aid’s International Climate Lead, Mohamed Adow, said this year’s meeting showed an encouraging appetite for action on emissions before 2020.
Coal phaseout a moral and environmental necessity says Christian Aid
Saturday, November 11, 2017.
Christian Aid has welcomed the financial support from Michael Bloomberg to grassroots anti-coal campaigns across Europe.
HSBC coal investments undermine its climate funding says Christian Aid
Monday, 6th November, 2017.
Responding to the announcement that HSBC is to spend $100bn combatting climate change, Christian Aid has said that the bank is throwing good money after bad by continuing to invest in fossil fuel projects.
Christian Aid welcomes UK and Canada-led global alliance on the transition from dirty coal
11 October 2017.
Christian Aid responds to the UK and Canada's announcement on building a global alliance to transition to cleaner energy.