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Proposed new SEC climate disclosure rules mark a huge potential shift in how the climate impacts of U.S. listed companies must be disclosed.
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ESG is now unquestionably a priority on every board agenda. At the same time, the issues, regulations and disclosure requirements surrounding it have become more complex than ever.
Amid today's many challenges, it's easy for busy boards to deprioritize Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) — or overlook them altogether. But it's not recommended.
Amid the sea of environmental, social and governance (ESG) acronyms, one has gained prominence in headlines, corporate proxy statements, stakeholder requests for information and investor decision-making: TCFD.
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, conversations around meaningful ESG action have continued to intensify. Investors especially are paying closer attention to issues around climate change and how it is embedded in overall business strategies.