California Corporate GHG Emissions, Climate Risk Disclosure Bills Stall

May 24, 2021
California lawmakers have punted until next year two bills that would have established landmark requirements for large U.S. corporations to report their entire supply-chain greenhouse gas emissions and set GHG-reduction targets, as well as to report the financial and other risks they face from climate change and its effects. The bills -- SB 260 by Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and SB 449 by Sen. Henry Stern (D-Canoga Park) -- both stalled last week in the Senate Appropriations Committee amid...

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