Barclays have ploughed $167 billion into fossil fuels since 2016.
When fossil fuel companies need cash, Barclays is always there. Together, we’re demanding that Barclays stops bankrolling climate destruction.⇓ Take action
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Call on the National Trust to drop barclays
Add your name to the petition to Hilary McGrady - CEO of the National Trust to drop Barclays. TapClick to button below to sign
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Make Barclays sweat
Tweet at barclays
Together, we’re calling out Barclays where everyone can see, on their social media.
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Call in the big guns
Email the Bank of England
There’s one organisation that can stop UK banks like Barclays/HSBC handing over cash to fossil fuel companies - the Bank of England. They’re already thinking about acting, but the banks are desperately trying to stop them changing the rules.
That’s why thousands of us are flooding the Bank of England, demanding that they take a stand, and stop banks funding fossil fuels. Send an email to the Bank of England now. There’s example text waiting for you if you’re not sure what to say:
Invested in fossil fuels since 2016
Financed in new fossil fuel projects since Janurary 2022
“Our investments are at complete odds with the messaging from the top of the business. We say we're green, whilst having Saudi Aramco as a huge client.”
- Someone, 2019
“The worst in Europe”
Barclays have ploughed $167 billion into fossil fuels since 2016. You read that right, billions. That’s why they’re the worst in Europe. And they’re continuing to pour billions into NEW fossil fuels. That means more oil rigs, more habitats destroyed, and more climate change. You’re in a toxic relationship with Barclays. It’s time to get out.