ECB Climate change-related indicators

Climate-related risks have become increasingly important in recent years, with potential implications for the conduct of monetary policy and the stability of the financial system. At the same time, European economies are becoming increasingly green-minded, placing particular emphasis on the development of sustainable financial products and the financing of environmentally friendly development projects.

In response to these developments, the ECB and the national central banks of all EU Member States together, have started developing harmonised statistical indicators with the purpose of facilitating climate-related analyses and improving our understanding of the developments in sustainable finance.

The climate-related indicators cover three areas:

  • Experimental indicators on Sustainable finance
  • Analytical indicators on Carbon emissions
  • Analytical indicators  on Physical risks

For the above-mentioned indicators, please click here.