Toward a Green Economy
In this paper published by the European Central Bank, economists analyse the efficacy of green quantitative easing and find that it would be most effective for reducing emissions if used aggressively and immediately.
The ECB Paris Gap: Substantive but Treatable
This report proposes that the European Central Bank align with its primary and environmental mandates by adopting climate neutrality principles and increasing the scope and urgency of its decarbonisation plans.
Central Banks and Climate Change
This paper and an accompanying blog post use a systematic methodology and legal perspective to analytically address mandate, independence and other objections to greater central bank action on climate change.
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.
Climate Roadmap: Now What?
This policy document from 17 major civil society groups outlines four core principles and five key recommendations on how the ECB can accelerate its climate action and reduce fossil fuel inflation.
Decarbonising Is Easy: Beyond Market Neutrality in the ECB’s Corporate QE
This analysis of the ECB’s CSPP finds that market neutrality causes significant bias towards carbon-intensive sectors.
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