Just 100 fossil fuel companies are responsible for 70% of the emissions fueling the climate crisis. Learn from campaigners and Indigenous water protectors about how banks and investors are threatening sacred lands and waters and contributing to climate change by financing fossil fuels – and what you can do to stop the money pipeline to these companies.
Stopping the Money Pipeline: Banks, Investors, and Water Protectors
Lindsay Meiman (she/her) is a third generation Jewish New Yorker, currently living on occupied Mannahatta land of the Munsee Lenape Peoples in so-called New York City. She is currently serving as the Media Director, Climate Finance at Stand.earth after seven years on 350.org's Communications Team. Lindsay helped launch the #ExxonKnew campaign, and has nearly a decade of experience working on fossil fuel divestment and reinvestment in climate solutions. You can find her on twitter @lindsaymeim14.
Phil Aroneanu is the Chief Strategy Officer for Dayenu. He is an organizer and political strategist. He co-founded 350.org, where he helped launch and run dozens of efforts, including the campaign against the Keystone XL Tar Sands pipeline, the Fossil Fuel Divestment campaign, and the People's Climate March. He directed Bernie Sanders’ 2016 campaign in New York, helped mobilize millions to the streets and the ballot box after the 2016 elections, and directed digital organizing at the American Civil Liberties Union. Phil has also consulted and managed a variety of global, national, and state-level electoral and advocacy efforts.