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Editor’s note: SEC rules – almost, but not quite

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The SEC’s final climate disclosure rules, agreed on Wednesday, were immediately criticised by environmental campaigners as not being up to scratch (Photo: Al Drago/Bloomberg)

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Concerted efforts by various groups of vested interests to stop the growth of environmental regulation are not working. However, they are succeeding in watering down laws that many see as vital to meet climate and clean energy goals ...

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