Climate Risk Experts: Transparency Should Be Fossil Fuel Companies’ New Normal

A panel of economic experts unveil a set of recommendations to protect investors from a head-in-the-sand approach to global warming’s inevitable impacts. By John H. Cushman Jr. Major corporations, especially those in the energy business, need to clearly tell shareholders about the risks they face from the global climate crisis. That is the recommendation of a blue-ribbon panel convened by the economically powerful Group of 20. See Also: Exxon’s Accountants Are Experts in Climate Risk. What Did They Tell Exxon? Leading Fossil Fuel Companies Fail Climate Responsibility Test SEC Involvement Sharpens #ExxonKnew Focus on What Its Accountants Knew read more

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