These comments, in response to the SEC's request for public input on climate disclosures, focus on the science of climate attribution, detection, and prediction—the body of research drawing on multiple lines of evidence that describes the role of human activity in climate change. The goal of these comments is to…
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.
This brief summarizes remarks made at a 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.
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 article highlights three important trends on climate risk, including that stakeholder pressure is surging, especially from investors, corporations are in the spotlight for climate action, and climate risk and impacts are already here.
This report explores management of methane emissions from the oil and gas industry with the goal to support dialogue that can mitigate investment risk and drive reduction in climate warming, thereby linking shareholder engagement to shareholder value.
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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