#EmailYourBank to stop funding companies that ship plastic waste to the Global South Container transportation and shipping is considered a vital sector for the global… Read More »Maersk & Co.: Stop Shipping Plastic Waste to the Global South!
In an open letter to policymakers in the European Parliament, Finance Watch, and 13 partners, including Facing Finance, call to include mandatory transition plans and… Read More »Open letter: banks and insurers must account for climate risk
Invitation to the Digital Event at July 14, 14:30-16:30 p.m. (CET) Register Now! From the destruction of the livelihoods of the Indigenous Peoples of South… Read More »Event: How much Pain for Corporate Gain?
The first global compilation of companies arming warring states Between 2015 and 2020, states involved in the wars in Libya, Yemen, and the Kashmir conflict… Read More »NGOs Publish New Database on Arms Exports
The Xinjiang Police Files recently released by international media confirm long-standing accusations against the Chinese government of oppressing the Uyghur Muslim minority in the Xinjiang… Read More »China and the Xinjiang Region – German Fashion Corporations and their Controversial Cotton Business
Sustainable Investments of DWS – For risks and side effects read this article and ask the BaFin or the BKA
It has been almost a year since Desiree Fixler, the dismissed former head of ESG at DWS, publicly objected to the quality of DWS’s sustainable… Read More »Sustainable Investments of DWS – For risks and side effects read this article and ask the BaFin or the BKA
On May 19th 2022 the documentary Immoral Code premiered, which contemplates the impact of killer robots in an increasingly automated world – one where machines… Read More »Stop Killer Robots’ documentary Immoral Code premieres
Just after updating the online consumer portal Faire Fonds, which analyses controversial investments of 2,163 retail funds, British daily Financial Times reports about findings of… Read More »Update of Faire Fonds online consumer portal gets covered by Financial Times