Are there any political scientists addressing the relationship between banks and states in the era of climate change?
I know this is a broad topic and I would assume I could easily find research articles. However, I am more interested in researchers who are perhaps also blogging about their research on this topic.
Also, I am particularly interested in writers who address risk distribution and cooperation (or lack thereof) between states and banks. It seems to me that banks have to assess new kinds of risks due to climate change. States want, on the one hand, banks to drive investments pushing the green agenda and, on the other hand, want to ensure financial stability, regulation and limits to banks' risks. States themselves are cooperating to some extent in order to prevent or manage climate change. And there is a ton of writing on banks and on state policies, but I find very little trying to analyze the relationship between banks and the state, where does state responsibility begin and bank business end? How is this labor of division drawn? And how is it influenced by green transition?
Any pointers towards interesting analysis on this topic is much appreciated.