Again, not a commercial bank, but the equivalent to our Bank of Canada that manages the state's money supply. They tend to reflect government policy moreso than a commercial bank. I am sure you could find commercial banks that are reducing their exposure to carbon dioxide producing industries but they won't be common and it will be due as much to declining oil prices and the lower returns that brings as to worry about the environment.@Mendalla - here is an article showing that banks can be on the side of the environment
Some among us are addicted to the restless pursuit of power. Many of us are addicted to the diverse substances and patterns the wielders of power offer as the means to profit. This at the expense of our human being and its environment. Sometimes addicts break free. Most times their addiction bring disorder and death.