SEC issues “interpretive guidance” on Climate Change Disclosure

February 3rd, 2010 by John Dinesh Mascarenhas Leave a reply »

SEC issues “interpretive guidance” on Climate Change Disclosure

On January 27, 2010 the Security Exchange Commission (SEC) approved release of “interpretative guidance” on existing disclosure requirements relating to climate change. The release statement explained that the guidance was intended to “provide clarity and enhance consistency”, that the SEC was not amending rules and interpretations, nor was it weighing in on the facts of climate change.

The guidance highlights that growing need for companies to address the impacts of potential regulatory changes, international treaties and accords, climate related environmental impacts, and other risks and opportunities related to climate change related marketplace developments in their disclosures. Sustainametrics’ strategic vision and financial acumen can assist your company recognize the risks and opportunities that these changing times present. Ask us how


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