Central banks and data disclosures can play bigger role in net zero transition
Friday 28 January 2022 – Vol.13 Ed.4.5
Commentary: Robust data disclosures key for net zero agenda
By Taylor Pearce in London
Improving climate-related data disclosures for both public and private market actors is a foundational element of the net zero agenda. The increasingly urgent climate crisis will require further co-operation between market actors, governments, regulators and central banks. Though they may not be the headline characters of the net zero agenda, central banks must start playing a stronger supporting role.
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Meeting: Emerging trends in banks’ climate and environmental integration
Thursday 24 February, 15:00-16:00 GMT
It is increasingly evident that climate change will have negative implications for financial stability. Banks are being called upon to integrate and develop climate-related risk indicators and strategies. This panel discusses the implications of COP26 for financial sector commitments to net zero, the effects of climate change on credit and liquidity risk, as well as the latest developments in central bank stress testing and scenario analysis tools.
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