Low Carbon Allocation in the Implementation of Monetary Policy
This paper reviews monetary and macroprudential tools, such as targeted green refinancing, that the ECB can use to speed up the green transition while maintaining price stability.
Flood Risk Mapping in the New York Federal Reserve’s Second District
Widespread inaccuracies in flood risk mapping may result in inadequate insurance coverage with banks less likely to lend into areas with inaccurate maps, say economists.
OECD Supervisory Framework for Assessing Nature Related Financial Risks
The OECD has launched a methodological supervisory framework to help central banks assess how nature and biodiversity-related risks affect the financial system.
Report on Microprudential Supervision of Climate-related Litigation Risks
Climate litigation is a rapidly growing source of risk for financial institutions, but the supervisory framework for addressing this is only at an “early stage of development”, a NGFS report says. …
Bonds to Finance the Sustainable Blue Economy: A Practitioners’ Guide
As appetite for sustainable ocean-themed bonds grows, this guide provides a roadmap for issuers to incorporate blue bonds into their green finance strategies.
Banks and the Net Zero Transition
The TPI’s first banking sector assessment finds disclosures are still “partial and selective” and banks do not include all on and off balance sheet activities in net zero commitments.
Accelerating the Early Retirement of Coal-Fired Power Plants Through Carbon Credits
This paper by the Monetary Authority of Singapore considers how high-integrity transition credits can be used to accelerate the phaseout of coal power plants in Asia. …
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