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This paper reviews the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and their application by central banks to date. It also considers potential enhancements for central banks’ climate disclosures and their possible implications for the wider financial system. Read more

This policy briefing, the first in a new series of papers published as part of the INSPIRE Sustainable Central Banking Toolbox, reviews the potential pitfalls of using a modelling framework that omits climate-related information and provides some reflections on how central banks can integrate climate change considerations into their 'workhorse’ models.  Read more

This Final Report provides the conclusions of the NGFS-INSPIRE Study Group on Biodiversity and Financial Stability on the scale of the threats from 'biodiversity-related risk' to the global financial system, reviews the actions that central banks, supervisors and other financial actors are already taking in response, identifies policy options for evaluating and mitigating financial risks arising from biodiversity loss and makes recommendations for near-term action. 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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