Banks, as one of the key engines behind many human economic activities, must be accountable for the impacts of their finance activities on nature.

In order to address the global biodiversity and extinction crisis, and to avoid reaching planetary tipping points from which biodiversity and human economy cannot recover, radical legal and regulatory change is required.


We are calling for

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    Banks to disclose and radically reduce their impact on nature and stop finance for new fossil fuels, deforestation, overfishing and ecosystem destruction.

  • 2

    Governments to stop protecting banks’ role in biodiversity destruction and rewrite the rules of finance to hold banks liable for the damage caused by their lending.

  • 3

    People everywhere to have a say in how our money is invested, and a right to stop banks from causing serious harm to people and planet.

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  • 350
  • 350NYC
  • Amazon Watch
  • Asian Peoples’ Movement on Debt and Development
  • Avaaz
  • A Focus on Nature
  • Bank.Green
  • Bank on our Future
  • BankTrack
  • Bangladesh Krishok Foundation
  • Black2Nature
  • Brighter Green
  • Buglife
  • City to Sea
  • Dogwood Alliance
  • Earth Advocacy Youth
  • FERN
  • Feedback Global
  • Global Witness
  • Global Youth Biodiversity Network
  • Global Youth Biodiversity Network Europe
  • Global Youth Biodiversity Network Colombia
  • GreenFaith
  • Institute of Fisheries Management
  • Indian Social Action Forum
  • Mighty Earth
  • North Bali Reef Conservation
  • One Earth
  • Oil Change International
  • People and Planet
  • Plastic Pollution Coalition
  • Rainforest Action Network
  • Reserva: The Youth Land Trust
  • Salmon & Trout Conservation
  • Sierra Club
  • Solutions for Our Climate
  • Sum of Us
  • Whale and Dolphin Conservation
  • The Wilderness Society
  • UK Youth for –NatureYouth4Nature
  • Engajamundo
  • Ambiente Y Sociedad
  • Just Share
  • CIEL
  • Women’s Earth and Climate
  • Action Network (WECAN) International
  • Centre for Financial
  • Accountability
  • Wildlife Gardening Forum
  • Amazon Watch
  • Green Economy Coalition
  • CoalitionWILD
  • Born Free
  • Youth for Our Planet
  • Pesticide Action Network UK

Banks are coming under increasing scrutiny as other groups and organisations actively seek solutions and frameworks to overhaul the financial sector’s investments in companies which impact biodiversity.