Crédit Agricole is a French network of cooperative and mutual banks and international full-service banking group.
Crédit Agricole has $344,558,456 invested in the Dakota Access Pipeline. The pipeline will cost $3.8 billion, and $3.75 billion of that budget is on credit, loaned or invested by financial institutions. And the consumer banks lending the money are using a portion of the money you have saved with them.
If you have an account with this bank, that means your money is funding the pipeline. Pull your money from Crédit Agricole if they don’t agree to divest.