SEC’s delayed climate disclosure rule at risk ahead of US election

Lawsuits by Republicans could derail the SEC’s delayed climate disclosure rule, even if Donald Trump does not get back into the White House in November’s election (Photo: Julia Nikhinson/Sipa/Bloomberg)

Pressure is on to get planned – and delayed – US disclosure rules agreed in early 2024 or, supporters fear, the re-election of Donald Trump could derail them

The upcoming US general election could decide the fate of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s long-anticipated regulations on corporate climate disclosure.


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