Greenhouse gas and carbon emissions reporting for corporations is only getting more demanding because of demands from investors and national regulators. And when tenants need accurate data, CRE property owners had better produce.

But an ongoing experience by CalSTRS — the California State Teachers' Retirement System, which is the largest teachers' retirement fund and second-largest pension in the U.S. — shows how tricky this could become.

The organization noted on May 1 that it was facing "challenges" in trying to calculate its emissions.

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