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Climate change will affect the companies we work for, the cities we live in, the houses we buy, and the personal investments we make in many unseen ways. The Climate and Money newsletter will share my learnings from the academic papers, investment events, guest lectures and private conversations I have with scholars, colleagues and asset managers here at Harvard, and around the world.

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Research Candidate at Harvard's Graduate School of Design; researching climate, capital markets, design technologies and risk