What do banks have to do with global plastic pollution? This is a question that Facing Finance has been exploring in detail over the past… Read More »Recording of Event about bank’s role in global plastic pollution
Reports on activities and events
On October 9 and 10, 2021, Facing Finance was represented at the Green World Tour, a trade fair that revolves around sustainable products, services, technologies,… Read More »What happens with my money? Facing Finance at the Green World Tour
Invitation to the Digital Brunch at October 28, 10:00-11:15 am (CET) From plastic bottles that will not degrade for another hundred years, to conventional or… Read More »Event: Plastics – the last straw? Banks and their impact on global plastic pollution
On Thursday, September 2, 2021, the German section of the STOP KILLER ROBOTS campaign is calling on parties represented in the German Parliament to campaign… Read More »Vote out killer robots! – Political action
New Study : Tobacco Free Investments – Why banks should end their deadly relationship with Tobacco Companies.
To date, 181 countries have signed and ratified the World Health Organization (WHO) Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. With the aim of limiting the consumption… Read More »New Study : Tobacco Free Investments – Why banks should end their deadly relationship with Tobacco Companies.
Press release: Billion Euro investments out of control – How banks continue to finance violations of human rights and environmental norms.
For the fifth consecutive year Facing Finance reports on violations of environmental and social norms and standards by multinational corporations, as documented by international… Read More »Press release: Billion Euro investments out of control – How banks continue to finance violations of human rights and environmental norms.
On Tuesday 15th March, the Fair Finance Guide Germany was launched at a press conference in Berlin. A summary of the results given, showed that… Read More »Presentation of the Fair Finance Guide in Berlin
NGO report unveils: Companies’ and Bank’s social and ecological self-commitments cannot prevent human rights abuses, exploitation of workers, destruction of the environment, and corruption. (Munich/Berlin,… Read More »Press Announcement: Self regulation is good, independent oversight is better