Analysis, Climate, Regulation & Supervision

Banks in the US face imminent tough emissions reporting requirements 

By Jesse Chase-Lubitz
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Banks in the US face the creeping prospect of mandatory disclosure of emissions, as progressive states take matters into their own hands. 

California is set to adopt a new legislature that will require any bank with an annual revenue above $1bn to report their direct and indirect greenhouse ...

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