The climate crisis is increasingly being addressed in the context of central banks and financial regulators. Below, we have compiled relevant research and policy proposals that have been written over the past few years.This is a non-exhaustive list and there is a lot more research out there. Help us by sharing new research and proposals at [email protected].
Biodiversity Loss and Climate Change Interactions
Financial Stability Implications for Central Banks and Financial Supervisors
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
The Role of Climate Variables in Inflation Forecasting and Macro Modelling
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.
The Problem Lies in the Net
Making Finance contribute to a Net Zero Economy
Carbon intensity, offsets, and uninvented capture technology dilute the meaning of net zero and must be eliminated from mitigation efforts to avoid greenwashing, argues this comprehensive report from Finance Watch.
Climate-related financial policy index
A composite index to compare the engagement in green financial policymaking at the global level
This comprehensive study examines the climate-related financial policies of 74 countries between 2000 and 2020 to create an index ranking each country across five green policy areas.
Aligning Financial and Monetary Policies with the Concept of Double Materiality
Rationales, Proposals and Challenges
This paper from six Banque de France authors outlines between organisational risk, systemic risk and post risk rationales for the use of double materiality, suggesting policy implications and challenges for each.
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