Sign the Open Letter to the Bank of Montreal, which lined up $53 million of public money from Utah for the proposed Oakland terminal. (Most Utahans oppose spending on an out-of-state project). The bank has threatened to offer pension funds an “opportunity to invest in infrastructure”– disguising an investment in the dying coal industry. Without this funding, there will be no coal in Oakland.
Please join No Coal in Oakland in telling the Bank of Montreal to pledge not to help finance the proposed coal terminal. Add your name here. You can also alert your pension fund to the Bank of Montreal’s covert efforts to attract investment in coal.
Watch for details about the campaign, including an action targeting the Bank of Montreal during the Global Climate Action Summit. Background information can be found on the website of No Coal in Oakland.