How Goldman Sachs Encourages Companies to Publish Emission Data

Businesses face stricter environmental, social and managerial requirements leading into the proxy season.

The Securities and Exchange Commission recently proposed new rules that would require public companies to provide investors with information about their exposure to risks arising from greenhouse gas emissions and other climate change-related issues. Institutional investors are now asking for more information, with some requests taking place ahead of annual shareholder meetings, which often take place in the spring.

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