Join Dozens of activists with the Sierra Club, Rainforest Action Network, and New York Public Interest Research Group this coming Tuesday – May 19 – to rally against the financing of dirty coal by JPMorgan Chase. Be sure to bring your banners, signs, and voice to let CEO Jamie Dimon and other JPMorgan Chase shareholders know you won’t stand for dirty coal plants and mountaintop removal coal mining. Full details below:
Groups to Rally at JPMorgan Chase Shareholder Meeting on May 19th
New Yorkers Ask CEO Jamie Dimon to Stop Financing Coal Plants
WHEN: May 19th,
Rally, 9:30 am – 10:30 am
JPMorgan Chase Shareholder Meeting – 10 am
WHERE: One Chase Manhattan Plaza, New York, NY [map]WHAT: Rally outside the JPMorgan Chase annual shareholder meeting, questioning Jamie Dimon, one of the leading financiers of coal plants and mountaintop removal coal mining. Despite Mr. Dimon’s rhetoric on the need for clean energy and strong environmental policies, JPMorgan Chase continues to underwrite Massey Energy, one of the biggest and most heavily criticized mountaintop removal coal mining companies in the country. JP Morgan Chase also continues to fund expensive and highly polluting coal plants throughout the United States, including the proposed AMP-Ohio coal plant, one of the most financially risky coal proposals in the country.
WHO: Dozens of activists with the Sierra Club, Rainforest Action Network, and New York Public Interest Research Group.
– Sandy Buchanan, Executive Director of Ohio Citizen Action,
– Larry Gibson, President of Keeper of the Mountains Foundation
– Dana Clark, Director of Global Finance for Rainforest Action Network