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.
The Case for a ‘Whatever It Takes’ Climate Strategy
The European Central Bank must adopt a precautionary approach towards climate action, argues this paper from the Veblen Institute. While a central bank cannot fight global warming on its own, it has many tools with which to align financial flows …
A Toolbox of Sustainable Crisis Response Measures for Central Banks and Supervisors
This briefing paper identifies policy tools used by central banks during Covid-19, assessing how climate factors can be integrated.
Roles of ASEAN Central Banks in Managing Climate Risks
This collaborative report from the central banks and monetary authorities of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) assesses the implications of climate and environment-related risks for both financial and monetary stability within the region. It examines the roles and …
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.
Managing Nature-related Financial Risks
This paper identifies nature-related financial risks beyond climate change, including biodiversity loss, water scarcity, ocean acidification, and pollution, and proposes a precautionary policy approach of preventative action.
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