Live – Green Swan 2022: monetary policy and climate change
Coverage of the first day of the 2022 Green Swan Conference featuring NGFS chair Ravi Menon, former PBoC governor Zhou Xiaochuan, former US vice president Al Gore and a high-level panel discussion on adapting central bank operations to a hotter …
Green mandate proposed for Chile’s central bank
A proposed green mandate for Banco Central de Chile, the BoJ releases its TCFD-aligned disclosure, Lagarde on greenflation, Green Swan 2022 and more from this week in green central banking.
PBoC climate lending facility could produce significant emissions cuts
The green lending facility established by the People’s Bank of China in 2021 looks set to support significant emissions cuts, and experts think it could provide a model for central banks elsewhere.
What do central bank mandates mean for climate and nature?
A consensus has emerged that central bank mandates cannot be delivered without considering the implications of climate change and nature loss.
Ukraine-related ‘gasflation’ highlights EU taxonomy issues
Growing price instability in European energy markets has highlighted the concerns of some investors over European Commission plans to include fossil gas in the EU sustainable finance taxonomy.
Weekly roundup: BoE climate stress tests and Bank of Russia climate conference
The inflation threat from a disorderly transition, Bank of England bank stress tests, a new Bank of Italy climate hub, a Bank of Russia climate conference and more from this week in green central banking.
Weekly roundup: biodiversity, climate finance and a new Bundesbank president
Biodiversity-related disclosures, Kuroda on climate finance, mindset shifts and humility, a new Bundesbank president and more in this week’s roundup of the news in green central banking.
Weekly roundup: climate change, stagflation and gender diversity
The climate crisis and global stagflation, gender diversity’s effect on emissions, TNFD developments, the Bank of Japan’s green lending facility and more from this week in green central banking.
Bring back credit policies for green transition, say experts
Credit policies, once fashionable among central banks and finance ministries but withdrawn in the latter part of the 20th century, should be reintroduced to help with challenges such as the low-carbon transition according to a new paper.
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