California Lawmakers Extend Deadline In Corporate GHG Disclosure Bill

January 6, 2022
Two California state senators are somewhat softening their landmark bill to require large U.S. corporations to annually report their entire supply-chain greenhouse gas emissions and set GHG-reduction targets, primarily by extending by one year -- to 2025 -- when disclosure must begin. The bill -- SB 260 by Sens. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and Henry Stern (D-Canoga Park) -- was amended Jan. 3 and will soon be considered by the Senate Appropriations Committee, after stalling last year in that panel...

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