Former Treasury Chiefs Tell SEC to Crack Down on Climate | Scientific American
July 22nd, 2016
Three former secretaries of the U.S. Treasury forcefully urged the Securities and Exchange Commission to manage financial disclosures related to climate change. In a letter to the SEC, the bipartisan trio of secretaries Henry Paulson (R), Robert Rubin (D) and George Shultz (R) applauded the agency for issuing in 2010 a blueprint to help businesses explain how climate change affects them. But, they said, that measure isn't enough.
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