Is Raskin in pole position for Fed’s supervision vice chair?
Former Fed governor and climate risk specialist Sarah Bloom Raskin has been tipped as a potential candidate for the role of vice chair for supervision, one of three vacant Fed positions expected to be filled by President Joe Biden before …
Sustainable investment policies of G20 central banks found lacking
A new study reveals that the responsible investment policies of most G20 central banks are either non-existent, opaque or failing to consider environmental impacts.
Disappointment from campaigners at Powell renomination
US climate campaigners have expressed disappointment at President Joe Biden’s decision to renominate Jerome Powell for a second term as Federal Reserve chair, while welcoming the elevation of governor Lael Brainard to the position of vice chair.
Weekly roundup: climate change, risk and price stability
ECB economists find evidence of climatic effects on price stability, US regulators begin to face climate risk, Biden’s nomination for Fed chair and more from this week in green central banking.
Cop26: central banks make further climate commitments
A week dominated by Cop26 began with international climate protests focusing on central banks and ended with commitments from around the world to integrate climate considerations into monetary and financial decision-making.
Central banks become focus of worldwide climate protests
Communities rallied outside central banks around the world to demand they take immediate steps to address the risks posed by the climate crisis.
Weekly roundup: climate protests and a new Korean green lending programme
A Nordic perspective on climate and central banking, a new targeted green lending programme from the Bank of Korea, coordinated climate protests at the Fed, ECB, Bank of England and Bundesbank and more from this week in green central banking.
Scorecard update: G20 central banks failing on climate
A major study by Positive Money and Green Central Banking reveals that G20 central bankers and financial supervisors remain stuck in data-gathering exercises and are failing to meaningfully respond to the climate and ecological crisis.
From diagnosis to action: bridging the disconnects in the FSOC report
The recent FSOC report on climate-related financial risk shows the gap between diagnosing the problem and acting to address it is significant, says Alexander Barkawi.
Weekly roundup: FSOC reaction and BIS green bond plans
Climate advocates react to FSOC report, New Zealand first to mandate climate disclosures, BIS to issue Asia-focused green bonds, and more from this week in green central banking.
You have seen 11 of 61