April 01, 2021 | Business Insurance | 1 minute read

Bracewell’s Vince Morgan recently told Business Insurance reporter Claire Wilkinson that boards should make certain their companies are doing what they can to ensure access to climate-change resources and to try to reduce their carbon footprint.

Like cyber security, climate change is becoming a regular topic at company board meetings, and boards need to take a hard look at the issue as part of their oversight role. This is especially true as regulators increasingly focus on climate-related disclosures and environmental, social and governance issues. Public company boards should review their operations and US Securities and Exchange Commission filings.

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