Investors rely on companies to accurately report on the risks to their business. But despite new international initiatives, most companies are not reporting their exposure to climate risk adequately. Our engagement with regulators and businesses is pushing companies towards reporting on and reducing these risks.

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    Bullish forecasts create liability risk, ClientEarth warns fossil fuel giants

    ClientEarth has written to BP, Glencore and investors warning of the risk of investor lawsuits based on statements about future fossil fuel demand in their reporting.

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    ClientEarth complaint prompts transformed climate reporting from oil and gas firms

    Last year’s complaint to the FRC has borne fruit – SOCO International and Cairn Energy have stepped up their climate reporting.

  • Financial regulator’s response to climate risk “troubling”

    The Financial Reporting Council’s response to a climate risk consultation suggest it underestimates financial risks from climate change.

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    New climate risk disclosure recommendations distract from illegal industry practice

    ClientEarth has warned that regulators and companies may use new recommendations on climate risk disclosure to avoid compliance with existing laws.

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