Please find below GFO's comments on the Call for feedback on TEG report on EU Taxonomy. Only the questions that are relevant to GFO are reproduced here. GFO response consultation taxonomy: link
Open letter to Mark Carney on the financial stability risks of carbon and nature as asset classes
Please, find the Open letter to Mark Carney published by Green Finance Observatory in response to his excellent speech 'breaking the tragedy of the horizon' and highlighting the financial stability risks associated with carbon and biodiversity as an asset class. The letter is signed by 45 prominent academics and market professionals. This letter links to …
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Second policy report – 50 shades of green. Part. II: The fallacy of environmental markets
Recent calls to action to address critical loss of biodiversity are both long overdue and very welcome, but a parallel debate on the ‘how’ is missing. Yet the ‘how’ is arguably as important as the headline objective. The ‘how’ is also in the process of changing drastically with the promotion of new financial markets on …
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