Policy and Regulation, US

Explainer: What to expect once the SEC sets its final climate disclosure rules

In recent years, the US Supreme Court, which has a 6-3 conservative majority, has reversed previously established laws aimed at protecting the environment. (Photo: Anna Rose Layden/Bloomberg)

The finalised US Securities and Exchange Commission climate disclosure regulations look likely to arrive as anti-ESG sentiment features in many US presidential election campaigns – making legal challenge a real possibility. The US Securities and Exchange Commission is preparing to amend existing rules to require adherents to make climate-related disclosures ...

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