COP27: IMF economist Mahmoud Mohieldin appointed UN High Level Climate Action Champion

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Mahmoud Mohieldin has been UN Special Envoy on Financing the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda since February 2020 | Credit: World Bank
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Mahmoud Mohieldin has been UN Special Envoy on Financing the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda since February 2020 | Credit: World Bank

IMF executive director to coordinate non-state efforts from businesses, investors, cities and civil society at UN climate summit in Egypt later this year

The UN has named leading economist Dr Mahmoud Mohieldin as the High-Level Climate Action Champion for this year's international climate talks in Egypt, where he will lead on coordinating the work of non-state...

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