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Former UN man joins IDEAcarbon

Friday 1 Aug 08 9:00am

A former under secretary general for economic and social affairs at the United Nations in New York, Nitin Desai, has joined IDEAcrbon as an advisor to its board of directors.

Desai has had a long and distinguished career in the Government of India and the United Nations. He has also worked in private industry and lectured at two UK Universities.

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