Words vs. actions: Adani pursuing more new thermal coal projects

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08 September 2022 “Today climate change is one of the biggest challenges. Those challenges also open up huge business opportunities. The opportunity in this case is energy transition, the transition from fossil fuels to renewables and to hydrogen.” (Gautam Adani, quoted in Fortune India, June 2022) It’s statements like the … Read More

Lockton rejects Adani’s Carmichael coal mine

26 August 2022 Adani continues to face difficulties managing insurance coverage for its climate-wrecking Carmichael thermal coal project. Would-be insurance broker Lockton has revealed to Market Forces that it never signed the letter of appointment it was sent by Adani Australia, and that it will never work for the Carmichael … Read More

World’s largest insurance broker cuts ties with Adani Carmichael coal mine

23 June 2022, for immediate release The Adani Carmichael coal mine’s long-standing insurance broker, Marsh, has confirmed it has ended its commercial relationship. This news, published in InsuranceERM, comes two weeks after the #StopAdani campaign received an anonymous, insider tip-off that on 29 May 2022, Lockton was appointed to be … Read More

Standard Chartered and Barclays fund Adani’s coal mining subsidiary

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19 May 2022 Financial new sources confirmed last week that Standard Chartered and Barclays have funded Adani Enterprises, the Adani Group subsidiary pursuing several new thermal coal mining projects, including the disastrous Carmichael mine in Australia. The US $250m debt facility provided by the two UK banks has an option … Read More

Help GLAS make time to Stop Adani

10 May 2022 There are now 112 major companies that have ruled out providing any support to the climate-wrecking Adani Carmichael coal project. However, debt administration services provider GLAS is not one of them. With Adani’s Australian coal port, NQXT, currently looking to raise hundreds of millions of dollars in … Read More