The Network for Greening the Financial System (NGFS) is a group of central banks and supervisors committed to sharing best practices, contributing to the development of climate –and environment– related risk management in the financial sector and mobilising mainstream finance to support the transition toward a sustainable economy.

The NGFS Workstream 2 has been working on updating the June 2020 NGFS Scenarios in partnership with an academic consortium from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), University of Maryland (UMD), Climate Analytics (CA), ETH Zürich (ETHZ), and the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR). This work was made possible by grants from Bloomberg Philanthropies and ClimateWorks Foundation.

Special thanks to all contributors of this portal.

Lead coordinating authors: Cornelia Auer (PIK), Ryan Barrett (Bank of England), Antoine Boirard (NGFS Secretariat / Banque de France), Renaud Concordet (NGFS Secretariat / Banque de France), Jérôme Hilaire (PIK), and Otso Manninen (Bank of Finland).

Contributing authors and reviewers: Thessa Beck (CA), David Bresch (ETHZ), Christoph Bertram (PIK), Molly Charles (UMD), Leon Clarke (UMD), Ryna Cui (UMD), Jae Edmonds (JGCRI/UMD), Dawn Holland (NIESR), Ian Hurst (NIESR), Elmar Kriegler (PIK), Chahan Kropf (ETHZ), Iana Liadze (NIESR), Theresa Löber (Bank of England), Franziska Piontek (PIK), Jihoon Min (IIASA), Edo Schets (Bank of England), Inga Sauer (PIK), Carl-Friedrich Schleussner (CA), Bas van Ruijven (IIASA), Sha Yu (UMD), Alicia Zhao (UMD) and many members of the NGFS WS2 Macrofinancial workstream.

Visualization, development & webdesign: Jonas Parnow

  • Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
  • National Institute of Economic and Social Research
  • University of Maryland
  • Network for Greening the Financial System
  • ETH Zürich
  • International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
  • Climate Analytics
  • Bloomberg Philanthropies
  • ClimateWorks Foundation