California’s Climate Corporate Data Accountability Act could redefine the SEC's upcoming climate regulations, emphasizing transparency in corporate carbon emissions and potentially setting new national standards.
SEC Chair Gensler emphasizes the importance of comprehensive climate disclosures, signaling a shift towards transparency. While timelines remain uncertain, the focus is clear: robust reporting is paramount.
California's Senate Bill 253, the Climate Corporate Data Accountability Act, mandates large corporations to disclose greenhouse gas emissions. Aiming at transparency and combating corporate greenwashing, this first-of-its-kind legislation sets a new standard in environmental reform.
Europe's leading companies, from Amazon to Unilever, rally under CLG Europe's vision, advocating for a 90% GHG cut by 2040. Explore their commitment to a sustainable, brighter tomorrow.
Corporate accountability is shifting from financial sheets to carbon footprints. As Scope 3 emissions come into focus, the rise of audits signals a pivotal turn in sustainability.
The SEC's new proposed climate disclosure rule marks a pivotal shift in corporate sustainability reporting. With CDP Climate's widespread corporate adoption, understanding their synergy is crucial. As regulations evolve, transparent, evidence-backed reporting becomes paramount
CDP's Section 12.a evaluates supplier engagement in climate action, highlighting awareness, training, and collaboration. It's pivotal in showcasing genuine commitment amid rising regulatory focus on Scope 3 emissions.