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June 14, 2023

More disclosure needed on companies’ emissions reduction risks

Workers at the Carbon Engineering Innovation Centre in Canada, which researches direct air capture of CO2 emissions. The report says investments in carbon capture are prudent for large-cap businesses, but not “transformational” (Photo: James MacDonald/Bloomberg)
Workers at the Carbon Engineering Innovation Centre in Canada, which researches direct air capture of CO2 emissions. The report says investments in carbon capture are prudent for large-cap businesses, but not “transformational” (Photo: James MacDonald/Bloomberg)

A new report by S&P Global Ratings looks at the policy, technology, financial and reputational risks of carbon capture storage, removal and credits in companies’ decarbonisation strategies. Companies are not providing enough disclosure on the risks associated with decarbonisation efforts involving carbon capture storage and nature-based solutions, according to S&P...

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