Africa losing up to 15% of GDP growth due to climate change
Africa losing up to 15% of GDP growth to climate change, drought contributing to global food price inflation, Bundesbank calls for urgent transition and more from this week in green central banking.
Weekly roundup: call for regulators to understand climate uncertainty
A Nobel laureate says supervisors must understand climate uncertainty, systemic risk buffers and climate risk, an FSB call for transparency, cooperation and a holistic perspective, and more from this week in green central banking.
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.
Weekly roundup: food price inflation and shadow banking
Biodiversity loss and financial stability, the effects of extreme weather on food prices, Bundesbank president Joachim Nagel on climate and monetary policy, shadow climate risk and more from this week in green central banking.
DNB finds Dutch banks failing on climate risk
A survey by De Nederlandsche Bank of Dutch financial institutions has found that most do not explicitly manage their climate-related risks, and just 10% of banks incorporate sustainability into their overall risk management processes.
Cop26: NGFS’s declaration of action and low-cost funds from PBoC
NGFS chair Frank Elderson announces further work on monetary policy analysis, PBoC’s Yi Gang reveals new monetary policy analysis, plus more from the Cop26 finance day.
Weekly roundup: ‘Green Flamingos’ and Danmarks Nationalbank on climate price stability
Danish central bank on climate and price stability, new EU climate reporting standards, the ‘Green Flamingo’ of emerging markets and how Latin American central banks failing on climate change. This and more from this week in green central banking…
DNB president outlines green monetary policy options
The concept of market neutrality may conflict with the primary and secondary objectives of the European Central Bank’s (ECB) mandate, claimed the Dutch central bank president in a keynote speech about green monetary policy today.
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