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The Evolving Requirements for Reporting Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Dave Elam | June 17, 2024


The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted final rules this past March, requiring registrants to provide climate-risks and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions information in their registration statements and annual reports. An estimated 2,800 U.S. companies will be affected. Because environmental, health and safety project managers will play a key role in helping their organizations meet these new GHG reporting requirements, it is important they understand the key implications of the rules and implementation activities their companies will need to undertake. Read the full article to learn more.

This article appears in the June 2024 issue of EM Magazine, a copyrighted publication of the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA;

David Elam

David (Dave) Elam has been active in the environmental industry for 35 years, principally in the air quality management field. Dave serves as a Vice President and Project Director at TRC where he assists with project delivery, regulatory analysis and quality management in the air quality and energy transition areas. Contact him at

The Evolving Requirements for Reporting Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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