The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission released guidelines this week to support publicly traded corporations in disclosing their climate change risks and opportunities to shareholders. “I do not believe that public companies today are doing the best job they possible can do with respect to their current mandated disclosures,” said SEC Commissioner Eisse Walter. The decision “is designed to improve the quality of disclosures filed by U.S. public companies for the benefit of investors.”

BrownFlynn is pleased to be uniquely positioned to provide clients with strategic consultation in response to the SEC’s ground-breaking decision

Attached are two recent examples of our client work in the areas of:

  Carbon and Climate Change Strategy and Reporting
Sustainability Rankings Advisory Services via
BrownFlynn’s proprietary Framework for Prioritization℠

For more information, please email Barb Brown at or Margie Flynn at