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WASHINGTON DC - The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has adopted new rules requiring companies to disclose their climate-related risks and CO2 emissions to investors - albeit with significant concessions.

Around 10,000 large companies, which are listed in the US and already post filings through the SEC, will be required to disclose climate-related risks facing their operations and value chains by the 2025 financial year.

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