Why the Fed and ECB Parted Ways on Climate Change
According to this study, a supportive domestic environment enabled the European Central Bank to emerge as a leader in climate policy, while the Federal Reserve lags behind.
Net Zero Standard for Banks
The IIGCC’s Net Zero Banking Standard sets out investor expectations for banks on the transition to net zero and aims to create a “gold standard” for assessing banks’ transition efforts.
The Implications of National and International Carbon-Pricing Policies for the South African Reserve Bank
Sarb researchers explore the financial stability implications of carbon pricing schemes and carbon border taxes, and make recommendations to create more robust carbon risk monitoring.
Climate-related Risks and the Regulatory Capital Framework
Gaps in the understanding of climate risks create uncertainty over capital requirements and macroprudential policy. This Bank of England report states that firms and regulators must improve their climate risk management.
How Regional Federal Reserve Banks Can Contend with Economic Risk from Climate Change
This study reviews 40 years of ‘Beige Book’ reporting from the 12 regional US Federal Reserve banks, focusing on their response to climate-related events and offering recommendations to address the growing climate threat to US financial and price stability.
Ten Financial Actors Can Accelerate a Transition Away from Fossil Fuels
This study examines the equity ownership of the world’s unburnable fossil fuel reserves, finding that just ten organisations own nearly half of all reserves and have a disproportionate influence over the fossil fuel industry.
An Exploration of Nature-Related Financial Risks in Malaysia
This joint report from Bank Negara Malaysia and the World Bank assesses the exposure of Malaysian banks to sectors and regions that are extremely vulnerable to nature-related risks.
You have seen 11 of 12