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What the Ozone Secretariat is doing?

What is the Ozone Secretariat doing?

 
Key Figures: Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Number of personnel

The Secretariat reduction and offsetting emissions

Air travel as a % of total emissions

Per capita air travel emissions (tCO2eq/personnel)

Facilities-related emissions intensity (kgCO2eq/m2)

Carbon Neutrality Timeline

The UN, and the Ozone Secretariat, take further steps towards sustainable management of its operations and programmes

The latest edition of the UN’s annual Greening the Blue report, which provides a snapshot of the UN System’s environmental impacts throughout 2018, was published in the run-up to the UN Climate Action Summit on 23 September. The annual report provides information on the UN’s environmental impacts over the previous year, including data on greenhouse gas emissions, waste, water and environmental management from over 60 entities across the UN System, representing approximately 290,000 personnel.

Introducing the report, UN Secretary-General, António Guterres said: “As the world mobilizes to address the climate emergency, the United Nations must walk the talk. We are taking decisive action to lower our greenhouse gas emissions, reduce energy use across our facilities and operations, transition to cleaner energy sources and improve waste management systems.”

More information

A summary of the Greening the Blue report 2019 can be accessed here, and for more information, please visit the Greening the Blue website.

For information on climate neutrality, please visit the UNFCCC website.