Costs of extreme weather increasing, warns White House
A White House warning on the rising costs of extreme weather, the Fed plans a scenario analysis exercise, a discussion of targeted monetary policy and regulation, and more from this week in green central banking.
BoJ releases results of climate scenario analysis
The BoJ releases climate scenario analysis results, CEBRA focuses on the green transition, how the ECB’s climate strategy increased green bond issuance, new E-axes policy briefs and more from this week in green central banking.
US supreme court ruling prompts fears over SEC climate disclosures
US Supreme Court ruling prompts fears over SEC climate disclosures, Riksbank calls for ban on cryptocurrency “proof of work”, and more from this week in green central banking.
Climate risks worse for financially vulnerable people, warns US bank regulator
The US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has warned that financially vulnerable people could face greater risks from the adverse effects of climate change.
Still no firm timetable for US climate risk exams
A top US regulator has confirmed there will be a cross-agency effort to test large banks’ climate risk management capabilities, but he gave no timeline for when such tests would be introduced. …
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.
US bank regulator to step up climate action
The US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has announced a series of measures aimed at addressing climate-related financial risks to banks.
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.
US regulator opens climate risk consultation
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is seeking feedback on TCFD-aligned draft principles to guide large US banks in identifying, managing and reporting on their climate-related financial risks. The guidelines will apply only to institutions with over $100bn …
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