Public companies face several questions now that the SEC has proposed sweeping rules to require climate-change disclosures. How would the rules affect a company’s climate goals and strategy? How would climate goals affect SEC reporting? And what’s the best way to navigate the renewables market? We discuss those and related questions – and suggest practical tips for public companies – in the latest conversation we’ve hosted about the growing role of ESG factors in business today.
This April 19th discussion about SEC’s proposed rules on cybersecurity, with perspectives from Microsoft Assistant General Counsel Mike Pressman.
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