Policy and Regulation

Regulatory Briefing: UN publishes study on short-term climate scenarios for finance

The UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative and the UK-based National Institute of Economic and Social Research think-tank have published a report outlining short-term scenarios that could threaten the financial system. The analysis is entitled “Economic impacts of climate change: exploring short-term climate-related shocks for financial actors with macroeconomic models”, and ...

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