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Agribusiness opposition to the proposed SEC climate-related financial disclosure rule

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) requires companies registered to trade on U.S. stock exchanges to disclose financial statements and details of their business operations to investors and the public. In 2010, the SEC issued voluntary guidance on how SEC registrants should disclose climate-related financial information.

True or False? Evaluating solutions for agriculture and climate change

For decades, mainstream climate debates largely ignored agriculture. Now, thankfully, the climate community has woken up to the importance of agriculture and food systems in tackling climate change. This short paper challenges some of the most popular of these false solutions to the climate crisis.

World’s largest meat company, JBS, increases emissions by 51% in five years despite 2040 net zero climate target, continues to greenwash its huge climate footprint

Rising Emissions: Misleading investors and the public  "Some government and business leaders are saying one thing – but doing another. Simply put, they are lying – and the results will be catastrophic." UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres

IATP welcomes SEC climate financial risk disclosure rule as first step in holding companies, including agribusiness, accountable to investors, regulators and the public interest

Today, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released for public comment a proposed rule on the disclosure of climate-related financial risk by U.S. companies, including food and agriculture firms, listed for trade on SEC-regulated exchanges.