Policy and Regulation, US

California approves GHG emissions disclosure bill with backing from tech giants

California’s capitol building. The state assembly has passed senator Scott Wiener’s bill, which Apple says “would encourage others to speed up their efforts towards carbon neutrality” (Photo: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)

A landmark bill to compel large companies to disclose their carbon emissions – and which has stricter requirements than the SEC proposals – has passed through California’s state assembly

Technology giants Apple and Google have supported California state senator Scott Wiener’s bill mandating corporate carbon emission disclosures

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