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Editor’s note: why climate disclosure is set to go mainstream

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Opposition to the SEC’s recently unveiled climate disclosure rule has come from all quarters, including an administrative stay by the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (Photo: Jim Bourg/Reuters)

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