Reports: EU eyeing stronger corporate reporting rules for climate and pandemic risks

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The EU Commission is expected to shortly issue a call for evidence on strengthening green corporate reporting rules
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The EU Commission is expected to shortly issue a call for evidence on strengthening green corporate reporting rules

European Commission reportedly weighing up options for stronger disclosure rules governing climate, biodiversity loss and pandemic risks

Green corporate reporting rules that could see European firms having to disclose the risks they face from climate change, biodiversity loss, and pandemics, in addition to linking executive bonuses to carbon...

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