The SEC, California & Other Climate Disclosure Rules

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This segment will look at recent and important climate disclosure rules including the SEC’s final climate disclosure rules, California State's climate disclosure rules — such as SB 253, the Climate Corporate Data Accountability Act, SB 261, and AB 1305 — and potential regional regulations from other states such as New York and Illinois. Speakers will guide attendees through the intricacies of these diverse regulations, highlighting their similarities and differences in how they address climate goals, risk management, and offset strategies. Sustainability professionals will gain the knowledge needed to effectively align their strategies with multiple regulatory standards.


Agenda - This webinar will review new regulations from the SEC and California that require corporate climate-related disclosures and explore how these laws interact with one another and other reporting frameworks:

  • SEC’s Final Rule on Climate-Related Disclosures - a detailed item-by-item review of the disclosures required by the final rule, including key changes from the proposed rule
  • California’s Climate Laws - an overview of the reporting requirements under SB 253: Climate Corporate Data Accountability Act, SB 261: Climate-Related Financial Risk Act, and AB 1305: Voluntary Carbon Market Disclosures Act, including where the California laws overlap or differ from the SEC’s climate rule
  • Looking Forward - examining phase-in timelines for climate-related disclosures and reviewing what activities you should undertake to prepare for compliance with multiple reporting requirements


Discussion Leaders

  • Louis Coppola, EVP & Co-Founder, G&A Institute
  • Annie Roberts, Senior Climate Analyst, G&A Institute
  • Kyle Herdegen, Climate Analyst, G&A Institute


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This webinar is part of G&A’s Pathfinder webinar series: Navigating the New Regulatory Environment for Corporate Sustainability Disclosures. Click here to view information about the other webinars planned in the series.


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