As publicly held companies begin reporting on Scope 3 emissions, private businesses will eventually be impacted if they belong to a public company’s supply chain. They will be required to provide detailed emissions data sooner rather than later –– it will be their price of admission!
Regardless of what’s included in the final U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission disclosure rule, investors will increasingly expect climate transparency from companies intending to go public. And even if the SEC doesn’t require private companies to make climate disclosures, investors likely will. A company’s ability to market its initial public offering and establish the public perception of its offering could be affected by its disclosures or lack thereof.
To learn the three things private companies need to do, join VelocityEHS for this informative session.
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