This report argues that the SEC should strengthen mandatory climate risk disclosure rules. An updated version was published as a journal article in the NYU Journal of Legislation and Public Policy in June 2022.
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.
This report finds that proactive climate resilience planning by electric utilities is required under public utility law and tort law. An updated version was published as a journal article in the Environmental Law Review in October 2021.
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