Climate change, natural disasters, and financial risk

How could central banks integrate environmental issues into their policies?

Climate change, natural disasters, and financial risk: how could central banks integrate environmental issues into their policies?

Macroeconomics and economic policy. Lessons from the Japanese experience (Macroeco lab)

Climate change and its associated natural disasters pose significant financial risks to economies around the world. As a result, central banks are increasingly being called upon to integrate environmental issues into their policies. This event will explore the various ways that central banks can incorporate environmental risk into their decision-making, including the use of climate stress tests, the development of green financing initiatives, and the implementation of environmental disclosure requirements. Through expert speakers and panel discussions, participants will gain a better understanding of the complex relationship between climate change and financial risk, as well as the strategies and tools available to central banks to help mitigate these risks.

  • 27 June 2023 | 9.30 - 18.00 (Paris time) | 16.30 - 1.00 (Tokyo time)
  • In English
  • Online and on site at Banque de France - 31 rue Croix des Petits-Champs 75001 Paris (limited seats)
  • Programme
  • Mandatory registration
Économie Capitalisme, Développement, Développement durable, Economie, Economie politique, Energie, Environnement, Finance, Gouvernance

Informations pratiques

Chercheur(s):
Date(s)
  • Tuesday 27 June 2023 - 09:30 to 18:00
Lieu(x)
  • Banque de France - 31 rue Croix des Petits-Champs 75001 Paris, or online if you cannot come onsite
Contact(s)
  • events_ffj@ehess.fr
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