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World’s first nature scenario analyses downplay transition risk

By Thomas Helm
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Radical measures to boost nature and biodiversity will not have a “substantial impact” on banks or financial stability, according to a world-first analysis on transition risk by a central bank.

The Dutch central bank, De Nederlandsche Bank, tested a raft of preliminary scenarios on its own wider economy. ...

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