Nature-Related Financial Risks
The Network for Greening the Financial System has released a conceptual framework for assessing nature related financial risks which provides a “starting point for analysis and action”. …
Facilitating the Transition to Net Zero and Institutional Change at the Bank of England
The Bank of England’s new environmental remit has not catalysed the bold change to monetary policy needed to meet net-zero targets, say political economists in this paper.
Crisk: Measuring the Climate Risk Exposure of the Financial System
Economists have developed a market-based measure of the potential effect of transition risk on banks’ capitalisation which can be used to explore ‘severe but plausible’ climate scenarios.
Inclusive Green Finance
This report presents actionable policies for central banks to implement a “virtuous cycle” of inclusive green finance which promotes economic resilience and a just transition.
Feeling the Heat
Climate change is placing fiscal health under threat, say macroeconomic researchers, and policymakers must ramp up investment in climate change resilience to avoid adverse effects on financial stability.
A Safer Transition for Fossil Banking
This report quantifies the additional capital needed to reflect the financial stability risk associated with banks’ fossil fuel exposures.
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