Harvard's money manager has a plan to turn short sellers against emitters

The university has pledged net-zero emissions by 2050.

Harvard University | Photo: Charles Krupa/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

Richard Slocum oversees investments at Harvard Management Co., the US' largest college endowment, with almost USD 42bn in assets as of June 2020.

By the time he took over the job in March 2017, he'd managed institutional money for more than 20 years, and before that had worked at some of the top banks in New York helping companies access institutional private markets.

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