The Central Bank established a Climate Change Unit in 2021 to embed climate risk and sustainable finance considerations into its day-to-day activities. Since 2022, The Central Bank have also been increasing their climate-related engagement with regulated firms and representative bodies through the new “Climate Forum”. This document – the Climate Observatory – provides an annual update of climate-related financial and non-financial metrics using a combination of internal and external data sources.

The Climate Observatory can be read here