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US Seeks Out Uniform Climate Risk Disclosure

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  • The US Securities and Exchange Commission is proposing requirements for publicly traded firms to disclose their greenhouse gas emissions and risks they face from climate change.
  • Smaller oil and gas firms and those whose securities only trade in the US will have the most work to do when it comes to complying with the proposed regulations.
  • The new rules punctuate existing anxiety about capital flight from the oil and gas sector.

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