Submitted by Workiva
On October 7th, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB-253 and SB-261, two bills that would require large corporations operating in the state to disclose their carbon footprints and climate-related financial risks starting in 2026.
A new executive summary from Workiva summarizes key details in California's climate disclosure regulations, including:
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