The Reserve Bank's Governor Adrian Orr talked about climate change in a virtual roundtable with Mark Carney, who is the Special Envoy for Climate Action, UN and James Shaw, the Minister for Climate Change.

The event was organised by the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB) and McGuinness Institute, Simpson Grierson.

The remarks were given at the virtual roundtable and revolved around three points:

  • The impact of climate on New Zealand's financial stability.
  • The Reserve Bank's climate strategy; and
  • What are the opportunities and risks created due to Covid-19 pandemic?



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