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.
The Effects of Climate Change on the Natural Rate of Interest
This working paper by the ECB says climate change may reduce natural interest, creating serious issues for monetary policymaking. The authors say an orderly transition would mitigate this, and central banks should address carbon biases to meet mandates.
This report by Positive Money US analyses the role of “fossilflation” in causing inflation and provides policy recommendations to replace the existing framework that solely relies on the Federal Reserve.
The Impact of Climate Change on Price Stability
Informed by central bankers, this literature review of climate change and inflation studies finds that climatic effects on prices already exist and that climate issues should be incorporated into monetary policy.
Supporting the Just Transition
This report discusses: the risks and opportunities of net zero, the impact of inequality on monetary policy, and the action needed for central banks implementing just transition strategies.
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.
Managing Inflation by Boosting Energy Transition
This Reclaim Finance report examines climate-related inflation, arguing that managing this price instability requires the ECB to support a clean energy transition.
NGFS Scenarios for Central Banks and Supervisors
The NGFS has released the third iteration of their climate scenarios, updating them with the latest economic and climate data, current national policy commitments and improved modelling of physical risks. …
Not Too Late
This NGFS paper compares current fossil energy price increases to an involuntary price on carbon, arguing that they offer a “narrow but unique opportunity” to accelerate the transition to net zero.
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