While the lack of clear Congressional control will continue to present challenges to the Biden Administration as it seeks to advance its climate change agenda, there are other, indirect, ways through which it can foster change and influence the debate, particularly in the court of public opinion in the United States. One clear weapon in its arsenal is the SEC, which is reported to have declined objections by both ConocoPhillips and Occidental Petroleum to exclude requests for shareholder votes that would require them to set out detailed plans for how they intend to curtail Scope 3 emissions.