Climate Scenario Analysis

Technical Guide for Central Banks and Supervisors

Network for Greening of Financial Systems published a first set of climate scenarios for forward looking climate risks assessment alongside a user guide, and an inquiry into the potential impact of climate change on monetary policy

Central banks and prudential supervisors around the world are stepping up efforts to integrate climate-related risks into their work, in particular financial stability monitoring. In addition, central banks increasingly focus on the potential impact of climate change on price stability and its implications for monetary policy.  

Highlighting the growing importance of climate change for central banks and supervisors, the NGFS today publishes several deliverables aimed at fostering the integration of climate-related risks into their work:

Read the press statement here:


Download the scenarios here: https://www.ngfs.net/sites/default/files/medias/documents/ngfs_guide_scenario_analysis_final.pdf

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