A new SEC rule will require climate data that could impact every farmer

Ag groups are raising concern over a proposed rule by the Securities and Exchange Commission. It aims to require publicly traded companies to provide climate-related information from their entire value chain which could go all the way down to the farm level.

American Farm Bureau economist Shelby Myers spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on the details of the rules, the potential impact for farmers, and what are the next steps.


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