Inger Andersen officially sworn in as UN Environment Programme chief

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Andersen takes up the role following Erik Solheim's resignation last year

Inger Andersen has been officially sworn in as the UN Environment Programme's new executive director, with the Danish economist and environmentalist filling the shoes left by Erik Solheim after his resignation...

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