SEC Proposes Rule Requiring Public Firms to Report Climate Risks

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Securities and Exchange Commission proposal to mandate public firm reporting of climate change GHG emissions risk now has 60 day comment period.

April 11, 2022
Debra K. Rubin - Engineering News-Record

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission issued a proposal March 21—both anticipated and feared—that would require publicly-traded companies to standardize disclosure for the first time of climate-related business risks such as those related to severe weather and decarbonization. Exchange-listed firms would also have to report greenhouse gas emissions, their own and in the supply chain, creating a major reporting mandate. The rules also apply to firms listed on overseas exchanges that operate in the U.S.

Reprinted courtesy of Debra K. Rubin, Engineering News-Record

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