Nature’s next stewards: Why central bankers need to take action on biodiversity risk

Nature‘s next stewards: Why central bankers need to take action on biodiversity risk

A new report by WWF highlights the urgency for central banks and financial supervisors to act on the risk of unprecedented nature loss. With biodiversity loss not only compounding climate-related risks but a global crisis in its own right, the new report “Nature‘s next stewards: Why central bankers need to take action on biodiversity risk” warns that current practices of only integrating climate-related risks and impacts in existing mandates of central banks and financial supervisors, and not including risks from nature loss, fall short in ensuring a sustainable financial system.

 

Based on the findings of the report, WWF recommends to central banks and financial supervisors:
 

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