New York Fed report recommends lower rates for energy efficiency
The New York Fed on funding energy efficiency renovations, the BdF’s deputy governor on tipping points and transformative change, a prototype BIS green bond platform, and more from this week in green central banking.
NGFS chair calls climate change ‘the mother of all supply-side shocks’
The NGFS chair on climate change supply shocks, the ECB’s Frank Elderson on the biodiversity risks threatening financial markets, an ISSB requirement for scope 3 emissions disclosure and more from this week in green central banking.
Fed paper highlights importance of double materiality
A new paper from Fed supervision committee member Kevin Stiroh has found that double materiality is important for macroprudential objectives and incorporating it into policy would constrain environmentally damaging activities.
Climate change has clear impact on inflation, says Lagarde
The ECB’s Lagarde on climate change and inflation, a climate warning from the NGFS chair, new disclosure rules from the Bank of Thailand, a Green Swan compilation and more from this week in green central banking.
Report: European financial stability at risk from climate shocks
A new report from the ECB and ESRB finds that climate-related shocks could be amplified by complex interdependencies, spreading quickly through the European financial system, affecting households, companies and banks.
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