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California disclosure bill should ‘stiffen the SEC’s resolve’, says state senator

SB 253 has been passed in California’s state assembly and if approved, as expected, will mandate major companies to disclose their Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions from 2026. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

California state senator Scott Wiener tells Sustainable Views that he expects other states – and the US Securities and Exchange Commission – to pick up the baton, following the anticipated approval of his landmark emissions disclosure bill

The passing through California’s state assembly of bill SB 253  – ...

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