The UK government will receive fresh advice on how to align the economy with a net zero emissions trajectory weeks before it is set to host next year’s critical UN climate summit.
Business Green 17th Oct 2019 read more »
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is “gearing up to very rapidly” integrate climate and environmental risks into its economic analyses, the organisation’s new head Kristalina Georgieva has said, in what would be hugely significant policy shift for one of the world’s top financial bodies. In one of her first major public appearances since taking up the post at the start of the month, Georgieva took part in a panel discussion entitled ‘Can Central Banks Fight Climate Change?’ at the IMF’s annual meetings in Washington DC this week.
Business Green 18th Oct 2019 read more »