INSPIRE launches its first report, “Building the analytical foundations for greening the financial system”
The International Network for Sustainable Financial Policy Insights, Research and Exchange (INSPIRE) launched today its first report, “Building the analytical foundations for greening the financial system.” INSPIRE has commissioned research teams to provide vital insights into the opportunities and challenges that can guide central bank and supervisory policymakers to contribute to delivering a green, sustainable and resilient recovery in light of COVID-19. This report provides an overview of these research efforts and of the 21 projects that INSPIRE has commissioned to date.
GDP Center Director Kevin P. Gallagher is a member of INSPIRE’s research community and leads the working group on Banking Supervision and Sustainable Development in The Americas.
INSPIRE is a global research stakeholder of the Network for Greening the Financial System (NGFS). Philanthropic support for INSPIRE is provided by ClimateWorks and commissioned research is seed-funded by the ClimateWorks and Children’s Investment Fund Foundations.Download the report