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How the SEC is falling behind in the global climate disclosure race

A global push to make corporations account for their carbon footprints
is raising questions about the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission,
which hasn’t finalized its own corporate climate disclosure proposal
from almost two years ago. POLITICO’s Jordan Wolman breaks down why the
SEC isn’t in the driver seat for the global corporate climate disclosure
race. Plus, the Environmental Protection Agency may revise its sweeping
power-plant-carbon-rule to avoid hurting grid reliability.


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Catherine Morehouse is an energy reporter for POLITICO and the host of
the POLITICO Energy podcast.

Jordan Wolman is a sustainability reporter for POLITICO. 

Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer. 

Kara Tabor is an audio producer for POLITICO.

Gloria Gonzalez is the deputy energy editor for POLITICO. 

Matt Daily is the energy editor for POLITICO.
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