Responsible investing

Read about the approach to responsible investing that guides the decisions of the Teachers' Pension Board of Trustees and British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCI).

BCI’s Climate Action Plan

BCI’s Climate Action Plan helps position the plan’s assets to mitigate the associated physical and investment risks. It does this while capitalizing on investment opportunities arising from the gradual transition to a lower-carbon economy. BCI can mitigate the plan’s climate change risk by:

  • Measuring the exposure to climate-related risks
  • Assessing market trends
  • Managing investments

Read more about BCI’s Climate Action Plan on the BCI website.

BCI believes that greater disclosure leads to improved transparency. It also helps investors make more informed investment decisions.

BCI aligns its reporting practices with the Financial Stability Board’s Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). The TCFD’s recommendations help companies provide better information to support informed capital allocation.

Related content for responsible investing

A lesson in responsible investing (learning article)

Annual report

External links for responsible investing

Principles for Responsible Investment