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Reducing the Carbon Footprint of International Organisations in Geneva
Interview with Swiss Ambassador Jean-Pierre Reymond, Head of 2050Today
The Swiss federal government is behind an initiative to make sure that the carbon footprint reduction of international organisations in Geneva’s soil is complying with the goals of Agenda 2030.
We interviewed Swiss Ambassador Jean-Pierre Reymond to speak about the mission of the organisation to accelerate climate change mitigation and the green transformation of diplomatic representations and international organisations.
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Geneva as the world headquarters of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), is in an ideal position to make sure that the SDGs are implemented.
2050Today also contributes to raise the innovation profile of International Geneva and its importance as a centre for multilateralism.
The three objectives of this initiative by the Swiss federal government are: