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Webinar: Navigating the California ESG Regulations

May 15, 2024

California’s ESG legislation requires companies to disclose their GHG emissions and financial climate change risk data. So where do you start?

The ESG world’s desire for more standardization and transparency was progressed with the passing of the landmark ESG regulations in California, requiring companies to disclose their greenhouse gas emissions and financial climate change risk data.

These disclosure laws (SB 253 and SB 261) together comprise the core of California’s “Climate Accountability Package,” a suite of bills working together to improve transparency, standardize disclosures, align public investments with climate goals, and increase corporate climate action. The rules begin going into effect in 2026 so companies must begin preparations now as it will take several years to get data at a level ready for a third-party audit (a requirement of SB 253) and results will need to be shared publicly. 

Join this webinar to learn more about how to start now to prepare for these regulations and reporting.

Date: Tuesday, June 18
Time: 11:00 – 11:45 AM Pacific
Presenter: Marca Hagenstad, Senior Principal, ESG Consultant

  • Marca Hagenstad

    A seasoned global economist, Marca plays a key role in our global environmental, social, and governance—ESG—advisory services. Her innovative solutions, green finance, and strategic advice facilitate client resilience and long-term value creation.

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