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New Climate Risk Disclosure Act Would Ensure Investors and Public Have Information on How Companies Are Planning for Low-Carbon
WASHINGTON (September 17, 2018)—Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) introduced a bill with seven co-sponsors today that would require financial, insurance and fossil fuel companies to disclose climate-related risks in their annual Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reporting. The bill would require companies to identify the risks they face—and how they plan to address them—as the global economy transitions to clean energy.