These comments argue that New York State should require its electric and gas utilities—not their holding companies but the operating utilities themselves—to assess and disclose the climate risks they face.
A video recording is available of this conference on corporate climate-related financial risk, including panels on assessing risk, economic implications for mitigation, the current state of disclosure, and policy considerations for regulators.
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