Why Climate Change Vulnerability Is Bad for Sovereign Credit Ratings
Recent IMF staff research has found that a country’s vulnerability or resilience to climate change can have a direct effect on its creditworthiness, its costs of borrowing, and, ultimately, the likelihood it might default on its sovereign debt.
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Por: Serhan Cevik e João Tovar Jalles
Fonte: IMF Blogs, em 17 de Fevereiro de 2021