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New California Climate Laws — Navigating the Regulatory Environment

The Race to Climate and GHG Regulations

California passed landmark legislation requiring large businesses to disclose their greenhouse gas emissions and climate-related business risks. While companies working in California with under $500 million in revenue are not subject to these new laws, smaller companies will likely experience increased pressure, as larger companies work to accurately calculate their Scope 3 GHG emissions. The new rules take effect in 2026. 

HDR professionals are closely monitoring the legislation. We have technical resources to support you as you navigate the changing regulatory environment, and we will help you assess the impact to your company and prepare for the future.

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