Heat on the horizon: how Asia’s financial regulators must rise to the climate challenge
Countries in the Asia Pacific region are highly vulnerable to climate change and central banks must do more to mitigate the physical and transition risks, say policy experts from WWF.
Climate crisis may have ‘substantial’ effects on natural rate
Global heating and the natural interest rate, further calls for an RBA climate mandate, how the green transition may reduce inflation and more from this week in green central banking.
Weekly roundup: ECB green monetary policy plans and Debelle leaves RBA
Monetary policy can assist the urgent shift to green energy, says the ECB’s Isabel Schnabel, the RBA’s deputy governor leaves for a green energy firm, and more from this week in green central banking.
Australian regulator releases climate guidelines
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority has released final guidance on how financial institutions should manage climate-related financial risks, but has stopped short of imposing new regulatory requirements or obligations.
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.
Weekly roundup: Biden’s climate risk roadmap and RBA divestment fears
Australia’s climate inaction scaring investors, White House releases roadmap on climate risk ahead of FSOC report, Bank of Mauritius launches climate change centre and more from this week in green central banking.
Weekly roundup: climate defaults and the ECB’s mandate
Residential mortgages pose a climate risk to US financial stability, Canadian and Australian regulators to expand disclosure expectations, a new FSB financial stability surveillance framework, and more from this week in green central banking.
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