Under the SEC's proposed climate disclosure rule, publicly listed U.S. companies will need to outline the Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions that result from their operations.
The proposal, which is expected to be finalized in April 2023, also calls for large companies to obtain assurance from an independent third party that their emissions disclosures are accurate, and provide information on any Scope 3 emissions that are deemed material to their business.
How can organizations prepare for this new rule? By ensuring they have the right systems in place for tracking greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and reporting that data to regulators.
Download this checklist for more best practices that will help your organization comply with the SEC's upcoming climate disclosure rule and other emerging regulations.