Tag: Climate Change

Why Monetary Policy Should Go Green

| 19 May 2017
Blog, Monetary | Tags: Climate Change, Collateral Frameworks, Green Finance, QE
Monetary policy is rarely a topic in debates on green finance. It should. The €60bn that the European Central Bank is currently injecting into financial markets on a monthly basis are a case in point. Its intervention amounts to nearly three times as much as the ... continue reading

Climate Change, Carbon Pricing and Energy Tax Expenditures

| 6 October 2016
Blog, Fiscal | Tags: Carbon Pricing, Climate Change, Energy, Tax Expenditures
Climate change is moving up policy agendas worldwide. Last year’s COP21 was yet another wake-up call that the international community needs to take urgent action to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The main outcome of the meeting, the Paris Agreement, was a significant milestone in ... continue reading

Global Finance, Debt and Sustainability

3 October 2016, Zurich, Switzerland
Lectures, Monetary | Tags: Climate Change, Debt, Financial Regulation, Housing, Inequality
CEP Lecture by Adair Turner co-hosted with the IMF. Lord Turner has been a Senior Fellow at the Institute for New Economic Thinking since 2013, and in 2015 became Chairman of the Institute’s Governing Body. ... continue reading