SB 260 – Senate Judiciary

The Climate Corporate Accountability Act

SB 260 would hold the largest corporate polluters accountable for their outsized contribution to pollution that fuels the climate crisis. The bill looks specifically to the most profitable U.S. based corporations, who do business in California, with over $1 billion in annual revenue, and requires them to annually disclose their full carbon footprint in a way that is accessible and understandable to the public.

Author: Scott Wiener

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Bill info from the legislature

Issues: Corporate Accountability

Not signed into Law

Top Priority Bill Top Priority Bill


Voted on by Senate Policy Committes but never made it to a Senate Floor vote.


Never Made it to Assembly


Passed Environmental Quality and Natural Resources/Water, but did not get a floor vote



Legend Key

  • Pro-Environmental Action
  • Anti-Environmental Action
  • NV
    Did Not Vote on Good Bill,
    Counted Negatively
  • NV
    Did Not Vote on Bad Bill,
    Counted Positively
  • Excused Absence, Not Counted
    Positively or Negatively

SB 260 – Senate Judiciary VotesVote Date: 4/27/21