A significant climate reporting bill to required large private and public corporations such as
The bill, S.B. 260, received a 37-25 vote on Wednesday, unable to secure a simple majority of the 80-member Assembly. The state Senate had previously passed it 23-7 in January.
The measure would have gone farther than the Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposed climate disclosure rule, which only applies to publicly traded companies and contains certain carve-outs for supply-chain emissions reporting.
A full ...