Stanmore Coal continues to dodge climate change concerns

26 October 2018 Stanmore Coal are a pure play coal company with several thermal and coking coal mining operations across Queensland. They made headlines in 2015 when they picked up a mothballed mine from Vale and Sumitomo for just $1. In 2016, we published that Stanmore Coal were in denial … Read More

Investors want Whitehaven Coal to disclose climate risk – but not avoid it

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 25 October 2018 Shareholder demands for climate risk disclosure reached a record high in Australia today, as 40% of Whitehaven Coal’s investors supported a resolution demanding the company reveal the financial risks it faces as a result of climate change. Around AUD$2 billion worth of investor support backed the climate … Read More

AECOM: “Like a dentist handing out candy”

It’s getting lonely for Adani in their destructive quest to build the Carmichael coal mine and railway line. Twenty-eight major banks across four continents have now stated they will not lend money to the project. Adani’s construction partner Downer EDI has walked away. Most recently, Aurizon, Australia’s most experienced coal … Read More

Media release: Singaporean banks blowing smoke on climate

A new analysis from environmental finance group Market Forces shines a light for the first time on Singaporean banks’ continued funding of the coal industry, despite public pronouncements on climate action. Market Forces analysed data relating to the lending activity of Singapore’s big three banks, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation (OCBC), DBS … Read More

NAB confirms thermal coal ban at AGM

The Chairman of NAB, Dr Ken Henry, confirmed that the bank would no longer lend to new thermal coal projects at today’s annual general meeting. Take action: acknowledge NAB’s step forward and tell the other banks to follow suit!Spread the word! Share NAB’s thermal coal mining bank on social [email protected] overtakes … Read More

NAB rules out new thermal coal

NAB has become the first of Australia’s big four banks to rule out lending to all new thermal coal mines or extensions! The bank’s updated risk appetite statement on coal mining, released today, says: “NAB will no longer finance new thermal coal mining projects.” Use the form below to acknowledge NAB’s … Read More

Embassy confirms: no Chinese money for Adani

6 December 2017 In a massive blow for both the Adani company and the Australian Government, the Chinese embassy has confirmed that no Chinese money will be invested in Adani’s Carmichael coal project. China’s rejection of Adani comes despite Deputy Primer Minister Barnaby Joyce and Trade Minister Steve Ciobo making … Read More