SEC’s Final Rule: Corporate perspectives on climate disclosure and implementation

A changing climate affects how businesses operate—physical and transition risks drive challenges, and the low-carbon transition presents opportunities as companies shift to a clean energy future. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) final rule on climate-related financial disclosures contributes to greater consistency in reporting climate impacts.

In this webinar, we will dive into companies’ perspectives on the final rule, including discussions on where further clarity is needed, what the rule got right, and how companies’ current disclosures are already aligned with the requirements. We will also hear from SEC officials to discuss what is actually in the final rule.

Register today to get important insights on how companies are engaging with the final rule and to discuss what’s next for climate disclosures.


Roger Martella
Chief Sustainability Officer, GE Vernova
Pamela Oberski
Vice President of Global Financial Accounting & Reporting, Dow
Erik Gerding
Director for the Division of Corporation Finance, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Vicky Sullivan
Director of Climate Policy, Duke Energy
Verena Radulovic — Moderator
Vice President for Business Engagement, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions

Verena Radulovic is Vice President for Business Engagement at the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions. Ms. Radulovic works with businesses, policymakers and other stakeholders to advance business action on climate mitigation and resilience and help galvanize business support for ambitious, practical climate policies and solutions. She manages the Business…