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  • SEC climate vote: Political polarisation and an unhappy compromise

    08 March 2024

    As Commissioners' votes and rhetoric fall along party lines

  • Legal pressure already mounting on US SEC's climate rule

    07 March 2024

    For both going too far, and for not going far enough

  • US SEC adopts watered-down climate disclosure rule

    06 March 2024

    With no Scope 3 requirements and a safe harbour from private liability

  • SEC's climate rule on trial

    23 January 2024

    Republican lawmakers, backed up by expert witnesses, dispute regulator's authority to require climate-related disclosures

  • US climate rule delayed until 2024

    08 December 2023

    Regulation absent from SEC's December agenda, as regulator targets April for final action

  • Cross-party US senators call for delay to climate disclosure rule

    10 November 2023
  • Congresswoman Maxine Waters urges SEC to keep Scope 3 in climate disclosure rule

    31 October 2023
  • Gensler hints at Scope 3 row-back

    27 October 2023

    SEC chair says regulator doesn't have authority to require value chain reporting after corporate pushback on Sope 3 disclosure requirements

  • Senator Wiener dives deeper on California climate disclosure law

    02 October 2023

    Bill's sponsor outlines the measures built into the legislation to ensure the requirements are gradual and proportionate

  • Opinion: California can be a blueprint for SEC on climate disclosures

    18 September 2023

    Building corporate support, accumulating political endorsements and making compromises on Scope 3 worked in the golden state, could a similar strategy help the national regulator with its own climate disclosure rule?