Ukraine-related ‘gasflation’ highlights EU taxonomy issues
Growing price instability in European energy markets has highlighted the concerns of some investors over European Commission plans to include fossil gas in the EU sustainable finance taxonomy.
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.
Weekly roundup: climate protests and a new Korean green lending programme
A Nordic perspective on climate and central banking, a new targeted green lending programme from the Bank of Korea, coordinated climate protests at the Fed, ECB, Bank of England and Bundesbank and more from this week in green central banking.
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