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Legal Community Begins to Weigh in on SEC Interpretive Guidance

Now that SEC’s Interpretive Guidance has been published, legal experts are beginning to comment publicly about the Guidance, its meaning and implementation.  The legal analyses generally agree that publicly-traded companies will need to significantly change their current environmental risk assessment practices and/or should look to outside experts on risk assessment …

Dark Clouds on the Climate Horizon

In 2009, there was a general sense in the US that some regulatory and economic certainty would finally be established relative to greenhouse gases, and CO2 in particular.  The current administration made highly public moves and statements to that effect, which were mirrored by action in Congress and the Senate.  …

The Continuing Carbon Conundrum

In several past articles, we discussed various business risks associated with calculating “carbon footprints” and making investments in climate change or CO2 …

Tiny Bug – Giant Financial Risk

Recently, we published discussions related to various risks associated with certain aspects of corporate carbon management programs – planning, calculations and reporting.  …