Most US companies ignoring SEC rule disclose climate risks

InsideClimate News: Almost 75 percent of the nation's publicly traded companies are ignoring a three-year-old Securities and Exchange Commission [3] requirement that they inform investors of the risks that climate change may pose to their bottom lines, according to a citizen researcher who has compiled what may be the country's biggest searchable database of climate risk disclosure. The data, culled from the annual reports of 3,895 U.S. public companies listed on major stock exchanges, found that only 27 percent......

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