Green prudential regulation: a comparison tool for risk-weighted assessments
How can risk-weighted assessments be designed to include climate and environmental factors? Economists Lorenzo Esposito, Giuseppe Mastromatteo and Andrea Molocchi propose 10 principles for effective green prudential regulation.
2021: plenty of climate talks, but little practical progress
As the climate and ecological crises continue to accelerate, central banks have made slow progress in addressing their role as calls grow to stop the funding of the destruction of the natural world.
Scorecard update: G20 central banks failing on climate
A major study by Positive Money and Green Central Banking reveals that G20 central bankers and financial supervisors remain stuck in data-gathering exercises and are failing to meaningfully respond to the climate and ecological crisis.
Weekly roundup: Climate risk weighting and Lagarde on price stability
Finance Watch’s Thierry Philipponnat on climate risk weighting in capital allocations, a new Chair of the Fed’s Financial Stability Climate Committee, Christine Lagarde on price stability, and more from this week in green central banking.
Study prompts calls for fossil fuel capital requirements
A new study has found that a substantial stranding of fossil fuel assets is necessary if the Paris Agreement target is to be met, prompting civil society organisations to call for risk weighting and other capital requirements to be introduced …
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