Please join us for a BSAS panel on SEC Climate Change Disclosure Requirements on December 14th. The investment community has an opportunity to shape the future of public disclosure by getting involved early (and often). This program is one of several the SRI program sub-committee of the BSAS is planning for the coming year. If you have any questions, please contact me.

Boston Security Analysts Society Luncheon Program
Tuesday, December 14th, 2010, 12:15 – 2:00 pm
Hyatt Regency, Boston
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SEC requirements for disclosure of material climate change impacts became effective earlier this year upon the publication of clarifying guidance by the agency. With the upcoming flood of annual filings following the end of this calendar year, virtually all public companies will be reporting based on their assessments of how climate change will affect their business, most for the first time.

Join our panelists to learn what the disclosure requirements are (and aren’t), what good disclosure practices are and what you can learn from companies who practice them, what you can expect to see and what opportunities these new guidelines may offer for analysts and asset managers to shape more informative disclosure going forward.


  • Chris Davis, Director of Investor Programs, CERES, and environmental attorney. Former partner, Goodwin-Procter.
  • Adam Kanzer, Managing Director and General Counsel of Domini Social Investments. Member of SEC Investor Advisory Committee
  • David Lodemore, Senior Vice President of Risk Management at National Grid
  • Rebecca Henson, Sustainability Analyst, Calvert
SEC Climate Change Disclosure Requirements: What you need to know – Legal, Analyst, Corporate and Asset Manager Perspectives