Topics: climate change

NATSO Analysis: SEC Climate Disclosure Rule Members Only Join or Login

The SEC recently released its long-awaited proposed rule requiring public companies to disclose the risks from climate change that are reasonably likely to have material impacts on their businesses or financial condition.  While the 510-page proposal acknowledged that many companies already provide some of this information, the SEC expressed concern that existing disclosures are uneven and inadequate and that greater consistency, comparability, and reliability is needed. NATSO members may log in for an analysis of the proposed rule and its implications.  More

White House Directs Agencies to Consider Climate Change for Transportation, Other Projects

In Guidance released on Tuesday August 2, the Obama Administration issued non-binding guidance directing federal agencies to consider climate change before they approve major projects, including highway projects, pipelines, and other transportation and infrastructure projects. More

San Francisco, Berkeley to Require Carbon Labels at Gas Stations

The cities of San Francisco and Berkeley are in the process of passing legislation that would require fuel retailers to put new climate change warning labels on all gas pump nozzles in 2015, according to published reports. More

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