SEC Issues Interpretative Guidance on Climate Change Disclosures

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On February 2, 2010, the SEC issued an interpretative release providing guidance to public companies on their disclosure obligations relating to climate change (Release Nos. 33-9106; 34-61469). The release focuses on recent business and legal developments regarding climate change and advises companies to evaluate the impact these developments may have on their business and whether such impact should be disclosed.

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