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Danish economist chosen as new UN environment chief15 Feb 10:14am

Danish economist chosen as new UN environment chief

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Inger Andersen expected to replace Erik Solheim, who quit amid travel expenses outcry The United Nations secretary-general has picked the Danish economist and environmentalist Inger Andersen as its new environment chief, according to a letter seen by AFP, turning the page on a scandal over expenses that rocked the UN agency. Andersen, who heads the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) NGO, is set to succeed Erik Solheim of Norway, who
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