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Climate change threatens credit rating stability

Floodwaters following heavy rains from Tropical Storm Hilary in Thousand Palms, California. (Photo: JOSH EDELSON / AFP) (Photo by JOSH EDELSON/AFP via Getty Images)

Credit ratings are not fully accounting for risks linked to climate, the IEEFA has cautioned.

In a new research note, the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis has called on regulators to help to improve the way credit rating agencies incorporate climate risk in their assessments. 


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