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Learn about California Governor Gavin Newsom's decision to extend deadlines for SB 253 and SB 261, requiring businesses to disclose climate impacts.
Weaver offers information and insights to help you ask the right questions and determine appropriate plans of action based on topics and trends as they unfold.
The DOE has introduced a national definition of a zero emissions building, setting clear criteria for energy-efficient buildings to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Weaver’s tailored approach helped this natural gas drilling company navigate complex regulatory landscapes and enhance ESG reporting practices.
With a strategic roadmap for long-term sustainability and enhanced processes and controls, a hospitality and facilities services company can now deliver investor-grade reporting and showcase its commitment to sustainable principles.
On this episode of Weaver: Beyond the Numbers, Energy Evolution, our hosts cover one of their favorite topics: how many credits can you claim?
As more regulatory bodies adopt requirements involving environmental and sustainability metrics, businesses will need better ways to collect, manage and aggregate that data. Weaver offers five steps for getting started.
Audit committees and boards may want to consider new SEC climate rules, federal tax credits, the benefits of AI, and updated segment disclosure requirements.
Weaver’s on-demand webinar delves into the SEC's recent pivotal rules on climate disclosure, demystifying your company's compliance intricacies.
Weaver’s summary of new SEC climate disclosure rules for public companies describes what is in—and what was left out—of the recently adopted regulations.
Join Todd Hoffman, Brett Nabors and Morgan Page in discussing six transformative pillars in government operations on the Weaver: Government Impact podcast.
LL97 established carbon emission caps for large buildings in New York City and is expected to apply to some 50,000 properties. Weaver's professionals answer commonly asked questions about LL97, including how to comply with the new requirements.
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