Weekly roundup: BoJ candidate looks to green capital spending for growth
A candidate for Bank of Japan governor discusses green capital spending as a solution to Japan’s anemic growth, an ECB paper on the importance of double materiality, the NGFS on credit ratings and more from this week in green central …
Weekly roundup: call for regulators to understand climate uncertainty
A Nobel laureate says supervisors must understand climate uncertainty, systemic risk buffers and climate risk, an FSB call for transparency, cooperation and a holistic perspective, and more from this week in green central banking.
Enhancing disclosure to scale up sustainable finance in China and beyond
Mainstreaming disclosure is an essential step towards aligning China’s financial system with sustainability but is far from sufficient to guarantee a sustainable financial future, says Cheng Lin of the Beijing Institute of Finance and Sustainability.
Weekly roundup: war and climate may require higher rates, says ECB’s Schnabel
Isabel Schnabel warns of climate effect on rates, the Fed finds lower ratings for high-carbon companies, the Bank of Jamaica expands climate risk supervision and more from this week in green central banking.
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.
Survey shows widespread climate denial in global banks
Almost a third of respondents have encountered climate denial among financial sector decision-makers, with 93% saying they had encountered negative attitudes towards climate action.
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