California recently enacted three sweeping and unprecedented laws that require potentially in-depth disclosures related to greenhouse emissions, climate, carbon neutrality, and carbon offsets. Two of the new laws require large companies in virtually any industry doing business in California to make annual disclosures about their direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions (S.B. 253) and the financial risks they face as a result of climate change (S.B. 261). The third new law involves more disclosure obligations on companies that either sell carbon offsets in California or make claims about achieving “net zero emissions” or carbon neutrality (A.B. 1305). Join us for a discussion of the “who, what, and when” of these new laws, including who will be directly and indirectly impacted and how – and steps you can take to prepare for compliance.
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