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SEC'S New Climate Disclosure Rule Puts Trade Associations Under Scrutinity

Big news this week: The U.S. SEC's impending climate disclosure rule demands public companies to reveal climate-related risks and strategies. Notably, some trade associations face scrutiny for alignment and efforts, emphasising the urgency for comprehensive climate action.

The rule ensures standardised reporting, offering better data for investors, clear expectations for companies, global alignment with climate standards, and enhanced market protection against systemic financial risks posed by climate change.

As an increasing number of businesses are moving away from their Trade Bodies due to oppositional climate policies, now is the time; if you don't already have one, put 1.5o aligned policies in place.

CAFA has a range of templates and guidance in this area specifically for membership organisations.



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