Bank Of America Backs Away From Funding Coal Mining


www.huffingtonpost.com | Published May 6, 2015

WASHINGTON — Bank of America is cutting off its financing for coal extraction projects, the company announced at its shareholder meeting Wednesday.

“With regard to coal, over the past several years, we have been gradually and consistently reducing our credit exposure to companies focused on coal mining,” said Andrew Plepler, Bank of America’s Corporate Social Responsibility executive, at the meeting. The new policy, he said, “reflects our decision to… read more>


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