Weekly roundup: ECB paper warns of carbon price risk
The ECB on carbon price risk, a new UK transition plan taskforce, calls for a precautionary approach to address radical uncertainty and more from this week in green central banking.
Weekly roundup: BdF on data gaps and Fed announces climate conference
BdF releases a working paper on alternatives to perfect data, Indian banks are exposed to climate risks, the Fed announces a conference on climate change and macroeconomics, and more from this week in green central banking.
Eurosystem can add climate to collateral assessments, study shows
A new report shows how the ECB and national central banks can integrate climate and environmental criteria into the Eurosystem’s collateral framework and protect pledged assets from associated risks while fulfilling its secondary mandate.
Weekly roundup: green inflation and ‘one-for-one’ capital requirements
The green inflation myth, a call for ‘one-for-one’ capital requirements, climate lessons from economic research, US climate disclosure rules and more from this week in green central banking.
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.
Effects of disorderly transition likely to be uneven, finds BdF study
A BdF analysis of risks associated with a disorderly transition to a low-carbon economy has found negative effects on GDP, inflation and unemployment, with substantial disparities over time and between sectors.
Weekly roundup: Fed confirmations, collateral assets and bitcoin
The US Senate banking committee chair on Fed confirmations, climate risks to asset backed securities, the huge carbon footprint of bitcoin transactions and other news from this week in green central banking.
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