JPMorgan Chase plans to cut support for fossil fuels, but local climate activists say it’s not enough

PROVIDENCE – Amid criticism from environmentalists and shareholder groups, JPMorgan Chase & Co. announced plans to end or phase out loans to some fossil fuel projects on Feb. 25, various news outlets reported. But local activists with Climate Action Rhode Island, who have staged several protests in front of JPMorgan’s two Rhode Island branches, say…

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