BPI recommended to the SEC that any new climate disclosure requirements build off its existing regime, which focuses on providing material information to investors. The comment letter also notes the uncertainty inherent in certain climate disclosures given reliance on third parties for information and differences in measuring emissions. The letter also recognizes the crucial role that the SEC will play in international efforts to develop a global climate disclosure standard.
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