This report seeks to identify the factors underpinning the monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) of greenhouse gas removal (GGR) across the spectrum of biological, chemical and geochemical techniques, and the risks associated with GGR-specific MRV.
Purposeful scenario analysis: A framework to guide central banks and financial supervisors in the selection and design of climate scenarios
This policy insight presents an initial conceptual framework on the application of climate scenario analysis and associated design requirements, focusing on the need for a clear purpose.
This report describes Europe’s ‘Fit for 55 package and broader programme of legal reforms associated with the EU’s climate ambitions, and looks at the role of climate litigation in shaping Europe’s legislation.
This policy brief explores how the voluntary carbon market has the potential to pave the way to a net zero and sustainable economy and help close finance gaps in sectors that are critical to the transition.
To support the process of adopting a framework for the Global Goal on Adaptation at COP28, this submission outlines key aspects that need to be addressed in its development.
This report provides a detailed characterisation of low-carbon jobs from the last decade in the United States and the United Kingdom, bringing new evidence to support policy discussions.
Net zero transition plans can provide additional dynamic instrument for financial supervisors to assess and address financial risks. This report provides steps towards incorporating transition plans into prudential supervision.
Response to the call for evidence made as part of the Independent Review of Net Zero commissioned by the UK’s Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
This report consists of a submission to a UK government consultation on designing business models for greenhouse gas removal technologies.
Randomised controlled trials: Can they inform the development of green innovation policies in the UK?
This report explores if there is a case for the wider use of experimental methods, and randomised controlled trials (RCTs) in particular, as a source of evidence to inform green innovation policy development in the UK, with lessons applicable in other countries.