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.
Net-Zero Transition Planning as a Change Management Process
There is a “serious cultural deficit” in positive visions for a net-zero future and transition planning must shift from being data-driven towards a human-centred approach, say change management experts.
How Green is Our Balance Sheet?
The ECB says climate disclosures show that its investment strategy is “bearing fruit” on decarbonisation, but that ambitious action is needed as monetary policy tightening reduces its opportunities to tilt its portfolio.
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.
Biodiversity Loss and Climate Change Interactions
Financial policymakers need to think beyond silos and adopt an integrated approach towards managing climate and biodiversity-related financial risks, this paper argues.
Inflation and Climate Change
This policy briefing examines the lack of climate-related input into conventional central bank macroeconomic and inflation modelling, offering recommendations to better integrate climate-related risks into forecasting frameworks.
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