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Oren Sustainability Hub can scale from small and mid-sized businesses to the largest enterprises by aligning it with your facilities, business units and locations.

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"Oren's expertise skillfully addressed challenges in data management, stakeholder engagement, materiality assessment while also quantifying our environmental impact." 



Shri Atul Khanapurkar
Executive Director, Shriram Pistons and Rings Ltd.

"Oren's technology and expert advisory helped us overcome data management hurdles and navigate stakeholder engagement, materiality assessment, and quantifying environmental impacts to publish our first BRSR. We eagerly anticipate ongoing successful engagement in our journey towards ESG."

Ankit Gupta
Assistant Regional Manager ,
IPCA Laboratories

"Oren's technology and expert advisory helped us overcome data management hurdles and navigate stakeholder engagement, materiality assessment and quantifying environmental impact to publish our first BRSR report." 

Shalaka Ovalekar
Assistant Regional Manager,
ADF Foods
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What is the California’s Climate Law:
SB 253 & SB 261?

California's legislature passed SB 253 or the Climate Corporate Data Accountability Act and SB 261 or the Climate-Related Financial Risk Act into law on 7th October, 2023. These laws require companies doing business in California to disclose their scope 1, 2, and 3 greenhouse gas emissions and climate-related financial risk information.

Companies will have to produce their first disclosures by 2026. Here is how the state defines "doing business in California".

How we can help?

Customizable Material Topics

We work with you to identify the material topics most relevant to your business & customize the product to fit your needs.

Synchronized Reporting

You just need to capture your data once and the platform can automatically support you in the creation of multiple reports as per SB 253, TCFD, CSRD etc.

All-in-one solution

You no longer need separate solutions for GHG accounting, supply chain engagement & multiple regulatory reporting.

Always Assurance-Ready

We maintain an audit trail of every single data point on the platform. You instantly know the source of every data point and are always audit-ready.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between the California regulations and SEC's regulation?

The two prime ways in which the two differ are the type of GHG Emissions that have to be reported and the types of companies that have to do the reporting. California's regulation requires any US company operating in the state with annual revenue over $1B USD (including public and private companies) to report on Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions while the SEC's regulation is limited to scope 1 and 2 and to all public companies. As per SEC, businesses would only have to report on scope 3 emissions if they have set scope 3 reduction targets or if scope 3 emissions are deemed material to their business.

Who is the SB 253 and SB 261 applicable to?

The SB 253 is applicable to the public and private companies doing business in California with annual revenue in excess of $1 billion. These companies will have to disclose their scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions, beginning in 2026.While the SB 261 is applicable to US entities that do business in California with total annual revenue of at least $500M. These entities will have to submit climate-related financial risk reports that cover climate-related financial risks consistent with recommendations from the TCFD.

How can you prepare for the California Regulations?

Calculating your GHG emissions can be a complex exercise with you requiring data from multiple stakeholders and all your operational locations. You can already start measure your company's scope 1 (direct emissions from their owned operations) and scope 2 (indirect emissions from purchasing electricity, steam, heating, and cooling) emissions. You can purchase a cutting-edge platform like the Oren Sustainability Hub to streamline your internal processes.

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