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.
Basel Committee releases climate risk principles
The influential Basel Committee on Banking Supervision have published their finalised set of principles for managing and supervising climate-related financial risks, their first explicit climate-related guidance.
Market efficiency mandate requires climate action, say ECB figures
A group of leading ECB figures have argued that demonstrated market flaws surrounding emissions and climate change require corrective action to fulfil the central bank’s mandate of “favouring an efficient allocation of resources”.
Housing the green transition in the EU with the right banking regulation tools
Buildings generate over one-third of the EU’s CO2 emissions, and economists from the Bank of Italy and Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico have developed a banking regulation tool which they say will help accelerate the green transition in the sector.
Blip, crisis or collapse: why financial regulators need to prepare for more than a climate crisis
Financial regulation is shaped by previous crises, but the climate crisis is like nothing else and so regulators are woefully unprepared, argues James Vaccaro of the Climate Safe Lending Network.
Weekly roundup: mandatory climate disclosures and new green taxonomy
Canada’s mandatory climate disclosures for banks and insurers, Colombia’s new green taxonomy, Malaysia’s financial exposure to nature-related risk, and more from this week in green central banking.
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