“Proposed Climate Change Disclosure Rule for Public Companies”


In March 2021, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission voted to implement a new rule that requires public companies to disclose climate-related risks, greenhouse gas emissions, and carbon footprints.  While the rule would ensure disclosure of information relevant to many investors’ decisions, it is also controversial both with regard to its subject matter and its disclosure regime and remains subject to review.

This article was included in the fall edition on the NCPERS PERSist. 

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