Integrating Nature Into Debt Sustainability Analysis
Multilateral financial organisations would be making a “grave omission” if they fail to include biodiversity-related risks in debt sustainability analyses, according to this report. …
Overcoming the Babel Tower Challenge
Colombia was the first country in the Americas to develop a green taxonomy, and this WWF report says it can be used as a regional blueprint. The authors also give advice to countries to design interoperable, fit-for-purpose taxonomies.
How Blue Financing Can Sustain Ocean Conservation and Development
This article considers the central role oceans play in climate change mitigation and presents a benchmark blue finance mechanism to close the financing gap in marine conservation and sustainable ocean governance.
Building Blocks for Central Banks to Develop Nature Scenarios
This paper says climate risk modelling is improving, but is insufficient for capturing broader nature-related risks. The authors review nature-economy models and give guidance for improving their use in finance.
Central Banking and Financial Supervision Roadmap
This WWF report argues that the scientific evidence of climate impacts and biodiversity collapse requires that central banks take immediate action using all tools at their disposal.
Developing a Precautionary Approach to Financial Policy
This peer-reviewed policy brief outlines the limitations of a risk-based approach to the radical uncertainty of climate change and biodiversity loss, advocating a precautionary approach and mindset.
Central Banking and Climate Action
Although the PBoC operates within China’s unique economic, political, and financial environment, there is considerable scope for its policies to be replicated elsewhere.
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.
Central Banking and Supervision in the Biosphere
Biodiversity loss represents a major threat to financial stability, and mitigation requires urgent transformative changes in our socioeconomic and financial systems, finds this paper from NGFS. …
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