Call for central banks to use own climate risk ratings
A Reserve Bank of New Zealand consultation on climate and monetary policy, a call for central banks to use their own climate credit ratings, a Fed review of central bank climate communications and more from this week in green central …
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 …
NGFS examines potential paths to climate capital requirements
Central banks could adjust capital requirements and buffers based on forward-looking tools such as climate scenario analysis and examining transition plans, the NGFS has said.
Banks to offload climate losses onto customers, BoE stress test finds
Banks look able to bear the losses resulting from climate change in part by passing them onto their customers, the Bank of England has reported following its first climate stress test.
Why central banks should be concerned about nature loss
Using existing networks and adapting climate change work can help central banks speed up their response to nature-related risks and address the other side of the environmental crisis, say Maud Abdelli, Chiara Colesanti Senni and Adrian von Jagow.
BIS announces Green Swan 2022 conference
The BIS has announced the second annual Green Swan conference, bringing together high level central bankers, financial regulators and experts to discuss how the financial sector can act to mitigate climate-related risks.
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: climate scenarios fail to capture full risks, says World Bank
Climate-related scenarios and physical shocks, a call for ECB targeted green financing, the MNB’s climate-related financial disclosure, and more from this week in green central banking.
Climate high on FSB agenda for 2022
The Financial Stability Board has outlined its work priorities for 2022, including focus on climate-related disclosures, data, vulnerabilities analysis, and regulatory and supervisory approaches.
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