Government Not Pushing Companies to Disclose Climate Change-related Risk

Supply Chain Risks: SEC’s Plans to Determine If Additional Action Is Needed on Climate-Related Disclosure Have Evolved
Government Accountability Office

[From an E&E News PM article by Amanda Reilly, sub. req’d] Assessing companies’ climate change disclosures has dropped in priority at the Securities and Exchange Commission…

Largely because of the financial reform law, the SEC has not held a public roundtable on climate disclosure nor has the agency’s investor committee taken up a study of the issue. The commission promised it would do both activities in the 2010 guidance to assess whether investors needed more information on climate-related risks…


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