About this campaign

This campaign is launched by a coalition of environmental, human rights and indigenous peoples' organisations concerned about the failure of the Equator Principles to deliver on their stated promises. We have committed ourselves to this effort to turn the Equator Principles into an initiative that makes a positive difference to climate change and Indigenous People. We have equally committed ourselves to confront every project financed under the Equator Principles that does the opposite.

The coordination of this campaign is conducted by BankTrack, based in the Netherlands, in cooperation with:

Disclaimer: We have made every effort within our means to ensure that all information on this website is correct. Should you nevertheless encounter any error, or otherwise wish to contact us, please use the contact form.

Website credits:
Design: Raymon van Vught, BankTrack
Development: EASYmind
Translations: Harkin Translations Inc (ES, PT), Louvell (FR)

Home page header image: Rob Wilson | Ververidis Vasilis - Shutterstock
Agua Zarca Hydro Project: COPINH
Barro Blanco Dam Project: Anna van Oijk, Both Ends
Belo Monte Dam: Marcelo Salazar, ISA
Dakota Access Pipeline: Rob Wilson
Tanjung Jati-B 2 Coal Power Plant: Kemal Jufri / Greenpeace
Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project: Kent Lins, CC BY 2.0
Cirebon 2 Coal Fired Power Plant: apbi-icma
Texas LNG Terminal: Rainforest Action Network
Trans Adriatic Pipeline: Ververidis Vasilis - Shutterstock
Vung Ang II Thermal Power Plant: Nhân Dân

Equator Banks, Act!
Stop financing Climate Disasters
Respect Indigenous People's Rights and Territories


As of October 31, the petition is closed.

A big thank you to all organisations and individuals that signed up to support our call.

See who signed here.