Climate change

With the 2020 democratic presidential primary growing more crowded by the day, the progressive policy agenda will be on full display as candidates look to carve their own lanes to the Oval Office. One area that will undoubtedly garner considerable attention, and rightfully so, is how each candidate plans to address the growing threat of climate change.

While sitting in your living room at home, a 0.9 Fahrenheit degree increase in temperature might not send you running to crank up the air conditioner but when it comes to permanently heating the entire planet, it has the potential to cause some serious problems.

Last week, the Environmental Protection Agency announced a framework for a complete overhaul of pollution regulations on coal-burning power plants. These regulations, which come just weeks after a proposal to freeze anti-pollution and fuel efficiency standards for cars, is a considerable rollback of Obama’s Clean Power Plan...

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Amalgamated Bank, America’s socially responsible bank, today announced the launch of their 100% Fossil Fuel Free Portfolio.

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Nation’s Leading Progressive Bank Creates New Division to Specifically Serve The Growing Green, Environmental and Sustainability Fields

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Commits to 100% Renewable Energy, Will Become Second Largest Net-Zero Energy Bank; Steps Affirm Bank as an Industry Leader on Climate Change; Challenges Industry to Follow Lead and Make Important and Lasting Changes

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As Part Of Continued Push For Corporate Environmental Responsibility, PayPal Shareholders Will Vote Tomorrow On Amalgamated Bank Resolution To Study Feasibility Of Achieving Net-Zero Emissions By 2030

Resolutions Previously Filed With CarMax, Amazon and GameStop Lead To Promising Commitments To Sustainable Operations

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Amalgamated Bank Will Donate To The Solutions Project When Customers Use Their Donate The Change Debit Cards

Additional $5 Donation To The Solutions Project For Each Customer Who Switches To Paperless Statements

The U.S. federal government has announced its intention to pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement. Bad idea, sure, but maybe not the monumental setback in the fight against climate change that is feared by so many.