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Investing in clean energy systems and technologies is just as urgent a priority for fragile and conflict-affected situations as it is for more stable environments, and a positive feedback loop exists between securing access to clean energy, state-building and peace, argue Camilla Sacchetto, Nicholas Stern and Charlotte Taylor. Read more

This report establishes a firm basis for central bank supervisory action in mitigating the risks from the transition to net-zero and proposes a policy change to enable the Bank of England to better identify and reduce transition risk. Its analysis is relevant for other central banks around the world, too. Read more

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