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 threatens price stability, says Fed vice chair
Supply disruptions as a result of climate change could contribute to price instability, Federal Reserve vice chair Lael Brainard has told the Bank for International Settlements’ annual conference.
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.
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