Oil and gas producers must step up clean energy investment according to the IEA, while Largarde says the ECB is steadfast on climate, plus more in the latest roundup.
The TNFD framework has been mired in secrecy and is not the breakthrough corporations would have you believe, argues Shona Hawkes from the Rainforest Action Network.
The case for reforming the global financial architecture is “clear and urgent” Commonwealth finance ministers said at World Bank/IMF side event. …
IMF resident advisor warns monetary policy must account for climate-related risks if it is to maintain financial stability. …
What are the key aspects of biodiversity risks for the financial system, and what are the implications for central banks and supervisors?
The Climate Vulnerable Forum urges financial institutions to take bolder action for scaling up climate finance for nations most at risk.
The TNFD released its final recommendations for how companies should explain nature-related risk to investors. …
The guide seeks to create a shared language of nature-related financial risks to navigate the challenges faced by central banks and supervisors.
Study explores utilising nature-related data and developing a public facility to connect existing but disparate nature data.
Proposed changes to the ESRS will allegedly hinder investors’ access to crucial sustainability-related information, hampering action for the climate transition. …
Climate advocates accuse policymakers of ‘watering down climate ambition’ on Solvency 2 reforms.
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