The SEC now aims to issue its climate disclosure rules by October, a year later than its initial goal, according to an agency agenda released Tuesday.
The Securities and Exchange Commission had previously targeted October 2022 to finalize rules stemming from a proposal for companies to report on their greenhouse gas emissions and other environmental matters. The agency is expected to face litigation over the regulations following significant pushback from business interests, Republicans and some Democrats over its plans.
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