Overview: U.S. SEC ESG Reporting Rule

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

Ready to build an ESG reporting program that delivers value to your organization and to your stakeholders, and prepares your business for future mandates? Download our interactive guide to corporate ESG reporting.


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