SEC climate risk disclosure

The Securities and Exchange Commission may force companies to disclose climate risk. But, at what level? The SEC breaks down emissions into three categories (Scope 1, 2, & 3).
Scope 1 – emissions generated by the company
Scope 2 – emissions from the energy consumed, like electricity for example
Scope 3 – emissions generated by a company’s suppliers and customers
Scopes 1 & 2 hold companies responsibility for disclosing embodied energy (the sum of all the energy required to produce any material, goods or services – including the mining, manufacturing and transporting.)
Scope 3 seems to hold companies responsible for disclosing emissions from the use of their products.
Investors, consumers and the public deserve to know the risks.