The Recent Australian Election Highlights the Need for Banks to be Prepared for Transition Volatility, and to Construct Climate Scenarios Accordingly, Or Risk Mispricing Their
The global food industry and climate change are highly interconnected. Banks financing agriculture need to understand this relationship and the risks it creates. This paper
The 2022 IPCC findings, along with the regulatory policy ideas from the sec, are required reading for banks building their climate risk programs. The IPCC
Risk management groups must interpret a range of scientific taxonomies to navigate the maze of definitions and possibilities is the first step in this mission-critical
Climate pathways are a mix of adaptation and mitigation. Unexpected physical impacts and positive feedback loops will dictate prioritization of policy rollout. Climate pathways are
Banks must understand the differences and intersectionalities between these to interpret and use the market signals that determine the credit risk status of sustainability projects.