RBC Global Day of Action: October 29th, 2021

Across the world, huge financial institutions like RBC are pouring money into expanding tar sands, oil & gas, and coal production with no attention to the human rights of those impacted on the frontlines or the climate destruction these projects will lock in. 

RBC is the biggest funder of fossil fuels in Canada (5th in the world). It has poured over $200 Billion into fossil fuels since the Paris climate agreement was signed. RBC is also financing the Coastal Gaslink Pipeline on Wet'suwet'en territory, as well as countless other human rights violating and climate-wrecking projects worldwide. 

On November 1st, the UN climate conference in Glasgow (COP26) will begin, with a focus on climate finance. This gives us a crucial opportunity to pressure RBC into ceasing to finance fossil fuels, and to respect Indigenous rights

Following Wet'suwet'en Leadership and Land Defenders in Gidimt’en Checkpoint, as well as participating in a global day of action, Canadian climate activists will shine a spotlight on the planet-killing investments RBC continues to make, and articulate the need for a united front against those who profit from human rights abuses and climate destruction. 

By hosting an event, you will join us in demanding that Canada’s worst fossil bank, RBC, respect the free, prior, and informed consent of Indigenous peoples and stop funding fossil fuels immediately.
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