ESG News Week In Review: 1 April – 7 April

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Welcome back to the ESG News Week In Review! We’re thrilled to have you with us again. This week, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has pressed pause on its climate disclosure rule enforcement amidst a heated legal battle initiated by Republican-led states. The decision underscores the agency’s commitment to regulatory oversight on climate risks amid contentious legal landscapes. Additionally, major North American banks, including JPMorgan Chase, Citi, and the Royal Bank of Canada, have agreed to disclose their financing ratio of low-carbon energy to fossil fuels, setting a new standard for the banking sector and paving the way for enhanced transparency in sustainability reporting.

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Climate & Energy Transition

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Sustainability Goals, Initiatives and Achievements

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