Overview: U.S. SEC ESG Reporting Rule

June 15, 2022

On Monday, March 21, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed a new rule that will govern and mandate emissions and climate risk disclosures. For many companies that are already advanced in their ESG reporting journeys, this mandate will be a continuation of business as usual. But for many others, the proposed rule will require more data, deeper analysis, and better rigor to deliver comprehensive climate-related disclosures.

In this summary, you will find:

  • Why this rule is important in the first place
  • The three key components of the rule
  • Important upcoming dates and milestones
  • Tips to prepare for businesses at any level of ESG reporting

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