Investors, Environmental Groups Push the SEC to Require Full Corporate Climate Risk Disclosure
Jun 12, 2008
- June 12, 2008 – A broad coalition of investors and major environmental groups today repeated their call to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to address the obligations of publicly-traded companies to assess and fully disclose the material economic opportunities and risks from climate change. The 20 signatories to the letter include leading U.S. and European institutional investors such as CalPERS, CalSTRS, F&C Asset Management and the Maryland, New York, New York City, New Jersey, North Carolina and Oregon public pension funds.
Investors Praise California Senate Leaders for Passing Historic Climate Disclosure Bill
Jan 28, 2011
- U.S. and Canadian investors praised California Senate leaders for approving a measure which will result in the nation’s first state standard for voluntary climate risk disclosure by corporations. California Senate Bill 1550, “Corporations: climate risk disclosure”, was approved on the floor of the California State Senate today and now moves to the California Assembly for consideration.