Climate Bonds Media Release: Expanded Role for Central Banks to Green Global Financial System
10/17/2019 Since 1 year
Report outlines measures to address systemic climate risks & aid shift in capital allocation
Developing a brown taxonomy, shifting purchasing towards green assets and reviewing the doctrine of market neutrality are amongst the measures central banks and financial regulators (CBFR) should apply to address the systemic risk climate impacts pose to the global financial system, a new report recommends.
You can see and download the full report in the PDF below.
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