Former Treasury Chiefs Tell SEC to Crack Down on Climate

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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