CT007 – How UN is working to fully become a Climate-Neutral Organization

“By September, the United Nations will be a fully Climate-Neutral organization. All companies in the world should go climate-neutral now, there is no excuse.” – Niclas Svenningsen

Niclas Svenningsen is my guest on this episode of the Climate Talk Podcast. He has worked at the United Nations for over 20 years, in different positions and countries; currently, Niclas is the Manager of Global Climate Action at the UN Climate Change (UNFCCC), Bonn, Germany.

In this capacity, he is responsible for UNFCCC’s different initiatives related to engaging non-party stakeholders; private sector, civil society and cities. On this episode of the Climate Talk Podcast, Niclas reveals plans of the UN to become a climate-neutral organization.

You’ll also find out:

          What are the roles of Private Sectors in addressing Climate Change?

          Why serious investors are no longer interested in coal investments

          How vegans and flexitarians are making tangible contributions to Climate Change

…and a lot more.

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Climate Talk Podcast brings environmentalists, thought leaders, policymakers, and professionals from all walks of life converse around the subject of Climate Change, Climate Action, Climate Finance and other environmental subjects. Thanks to Media for Community Change Initiative and the International Climate Change Development Initiative (Climate Wednesday)

Production Team: ‘Seyifunmi Adebote (Host), Olumide Idowu & Jimoh Oluwatobi Segun.

Background Music: A Whole New World – Disney.


3 Replies to “CT007 – How UN is working to fully become a Climate-Neutral Organization”

  1. Jude Samuelson

    It was nice listening to the podcast for the first time. I find it insightful. There is a need to make the podcasts available via other channels so that the younger ones (e.g. children in secondary schools) can access them and benefit from the learnings shared over time.

    Please, continue the good work.


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