No Dakota Access Pipeline!

 

 

Climate First! will pressure lenders in the U.S. to stop financing the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, a multi-state pipeline which will carry over 500,000 barrels of low-cost crude oil per day, and which threatens a North Dakota tribe’s drinking water supplies and sacred burial grounds. More critically, the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) will severely undermine the United States ability to meet emission targets it agreed to in the 2015 Paris climate agreement.

Climate First! has been confronting Citibank and TD Bank since September 2016 over their roles in the financing of DAPL. Individuals and businesses, especially those with a financial relationship with Citibank or TD Bank, are encouraged to ask the lenders to divest from DAPL. If the bank does not honor your request, they do not deserve your business.

The following is contact information for Citibank:

Michael L. Corbat
Chief Executive Officer
Citigroup Inc.
388 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10013
U.S.A.
michael.l.corbat@citi.com
Telephone: 800-285-3000; 212-559-1000

Click here for a letter you can print out and send to Citigroup.

The following is contact information for TD Securities - the lender involved in the building of DAPL - and TD Bank.* Send your letter to TD Securities with a copy to the President/CEO at TD Bank.

1. TD Securities:

Bob Dorrance Chairman
CEO, and President TD Securities
31 West 52nd Street
New York, NY 10019-6101
Telephone: 212-827-7000

2. TD Bank:

Mike Pedersen
President and CEO
TD Bank, N.A.
1701 Route 70 East
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
Telephone: 888-751-9000

Click here for a letter you can print out and send to TD Securities.

*Explanation: TD Securities, like TD Bank, is a subsidiary of the Toronto-Dominion Bank, a Canadian multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Toronto, Ontario.

Stay tuned for future direct actions in the No Dakota Access Pipeline campaign.