OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE KANSAS BANKERS ASSOCIATION

Pub. 11 2022 Issue 4

By Doug Wareham, KBA President & CEO

In less than two years, the priority of the White House has shifted dramatically from the Trump Administration striving for energy independence through domestic production to the Biden Administration striving to mitigate climate change by issuing executive orders designed to aggressively transition our nation away from fossil fuels. The shift of the political pendulum on energy policy has led federal regulatory agencies that directly govern or impact the banking industry to draft guidance documents, propose reporting requirements and initiate disclosure standards that are clearly intended to limit and/or shift capital flowing to energy producers and energy users that produce greenhouse gas emissions. Like it or not, our industry has been pulled into the climate change debate.

By The Kansas Bankers Association
By The Kansas Bankers Association
By The Kansas Bankers Association
By The Kansas Bankers Association

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