Not everyone is in step when it comes to environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has delayed finalizing its proposed climate rule by more than 18 months. Meanwhile, the international ESG reporting landscape has evolved to the next level. With the adoption of the EU’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), ESG and climate issues have moved to the top of the agenda for more than 47,000 European and international companies.
In addition, approximately 54,000 companies will be required to report under the California climate bills SB 253 and SB 261. The good news for U.S. companies is that they can now learn from international and domestic best practices to prepare for the forthcoming SEC climate rule.
Register for our webinar to learn from Sphera’s experts:
· Key facts about the proposed SEC climate disclosure rule and its impact on your business.
· CSRD & California climate disclosure: Why go beyond the SEC rule.
· How scope 3 accounting factors fit into new regulatory requirements and how to get started.
· A step-by-step guide to leveraging best practices to prepare for the SEC climate rule.