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New U.S. regulations may require companies to disclose both the impact of their operations on climate change and the risk they face from global warming. With similar requirements already law in the U.K., communicators need to consider the best way to protect their companies’ and clients’ reputations as this self-reported information goes public.
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Links from this episode:
- The U.S. may force companies to disclose climate risks, marking a historic change
- UK to enshrine mandatory climate disclosures for largest companies in law
- How PR Firms Can Evaluate Their Work For Fossil Fuel Clients
- Climate Risks for Construction: A LinkedIn Article from Webcor’s President (an example of how one company disclosed its risk)
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