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Energizing Peace: Economic Policies for Affordable, Secure and Clean Energy in Ukraine

and | 13 June 2024
Fiscal, Blog | Tags: Energy, Fossil Fuel Subsidies, Renewables, Ukraine
Ukraine has a vast and diverse renewable energy potential encompassing wind, solar, biomass, hydropower, and geothermal resources. With continued investment and development, Ukraine could significantly increase its renewable energy capacity... continue reading

Addressing Climate-Related Financial Risks in ASEAN+3

and | 5 June 2024
Monetary, Blog | Tags: ASEAN+3, BCBS, Climate Risks, Financial Supervision, Macroprudential Policy
Whilst not all jurisdictions have adopted the Basel III banking supervision regime, the Core Principles target all financial supervisors globally. They serve as “the de facto minimum standard” for the... continue reading

Greening Central Bank Refinancing Operations

Upcoming: 20 June 2024 | Online at 9.00 am CEST | Co-hosted with AMRO
Monetary, Webinar | Tags: ASEAN+3, Central Banks, Climate Risks, Financial Supervision
The upcoming webinar will explore the existing experience with TROs across ASEAN+3 and outline key design elements for the use of TROs moving forward in support of an affordable, secure... continue reading

Monetary Policy and Climate Change – Distinguishing Between a Protective and a Proactive Agenda

| 4 June 2024
Monetary, Policy Briefs | Tags: Central Banks, Climate Risks, Governing Finance
Central banks in many economies are striving to take account of climate change in their policies and operations. In this context, the important distinction between a protective agenda versus a... continue reading

What Should Bank Supervisors Do About Climate Risks?

| 4 June 2024
Monetary, Policy Briefs | Tags: Central Banks, Climate Risks, Financial Supervision, Governing Finance
This paper considers the role of bank supervisory authorities with respect to climate change. The emerging consensus is that financial supervisors and regulators must address climate-related risks to banks and... continue reading