WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The California State Teachers’ Retirement System is celebrating the appointment of its Chief Operating Investment Officer, Debra Smith, to the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s Standing Advisory Group. Ms. Smith will represent the investors’ perspective and voice in the advisory group. Her three-year term runs through the end of 2019.
Prepared in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative’s G4 framework, the report is a result of stakeholder engagement and feedback, which was instrumental in prioritizing the report content and analyzing organizational performance.
To gain better insight into the various investment implications presented by climate change, CalSTRS collaborated with Mercer and 17 other participants in a research study, Investing in a Time of Climate Change:California State Teachers’ Retirement System Portfolio Climate Change Risk Assessment. The study highlights estimated portfolio return implications under four climate change scenarios and recommends appropriate actions to mitigate investment risk and maximize value within the portfolio.
Completion of our inaugural 2013–14 Sustainability Report, The Next 100 Years demonstrates our commitment to progressive environmental, social and governance practices. CalSTRS is the first U.S. public pension fund to be recognized for this type, and level, of reporting consistent with the Global Reporting Initiative guidelines.
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