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.
The SEC should adopt a more specific line-item approach to climate risk reporting similar to the TCFD's framework in order to limit manager discretion in disclosure and encourage corporate preparedness for climate change.
This report follows TCFD's framework for disclosure and provides support and guidance to oil and gas companies and investors for how to put the TCFD framework to use for disclosure of methane emissions.
This article explores how governments and investors can use financial disclosure as a tool to incentivize or pressure publicly traded companies to undertake climate change adaptation measures. The article explains why financial disclosure is a powerful tool, describes the relevant regulatory schemes, and outlines both regulatory or enforcement and market-based…
This petition supplements the previous request with recent developments and regulatory updates, including an EPA rule requiring GHG emitters to report their emissions, that make it urgent for the SEC to ensure that corporations are analyzing and disclosing climate risk and opportunities.
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