This webcast aired on September 29, 2020.
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The climate crisis poses a systemic risk that affects the stability and competitiveness of U.S. financial markets. Regulators who are responsible for safeguarding this stability should address and act on climate change. Ceres’ newly released report “Addressing climate as a systemic risk” outlines a series of action steps that can be taken by U.S. financial regulators right now to address climate change as a part of their existing mandates.
We will answer:
- Is climate change a financial risk for our capital markets?
- How do US financial regulators compare with central bankers and regulators around the globe?
- What is the role of federal and state financial regulators to address climate risks?
- Alison Herren Lee, Commissioner, Securities and Exchange Commission
- Linda Lacewell, Superintendent of the New York State Department of Financial Services
- Veena Ramani, Senior Program Director, Capital Market Systems, Ceres
- Steven M. Rothstein, Managing Director, Ceres Accelerator for Sustainable Capital Markets