Nina Zetsche

Senior Associate Climate-Neutral Industry

Prior to joining Agora, Nina Zetsche worked for over nine years at the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), as specialized agency of the United Nations focusing on inclusive and sustainable industrial development in developing countries and emerging economies. As Industrial Development Officer as well as the organization’s Environmental and Social Safeguards Officer, she was in charge of the development and implementation of diverse projects, especially in the area of renewable energy in Latin America and the Caribbean. Amongst others, she advised governments as well as industry and civil society representatives on the use of resource-efficient and environmentally-friendly technologies and processes. Moreover, she was responsible for the quality assurance and partnership coordination for UNIDO projects with the Global Environment Facility (GEF) as well as the Green Climate Fund (GCF). Prior to this, Nina was active in the private sector; from 2008 until 2012 she coordinated climate change mitigation projects as well as various components of the strategic ‘Carbon Neutral Project’ for the international supply chain manager Noble Group and from 2005 to 2008 she co-led the division for Monitoring & Verification for Ecosecurities worldwide.

Nina Zetsche holds a BSc (Economics) in Politics and International Relations from LSE (External Programme), a MA in Communication Science from LMU in Munich as well as a MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College in London.

Was sind die besten Ideen für die aktuellen energiepolitischen Fragen? Das diskutieren @P_Graichen (@AgoraEW) und @NollEnergie (@DENEFFeV) beim 2. DENEFF-Schlagabtausch am 17.8. - @MKreutzfeldt moderiert. Jetzt anmelden und live verfolgen: bit.ly/37h7Ga9 #Klimaschutz pic.twitter.com/rq2Q3zluXY

Weniger #Nutztiere und der Konsum von deutlich mehr pflanzlichen #Lebensmitteln reduzieren die THG-Emissionen in der #Landwirtschaft bis 2045. #Restemissionen müssen ausgeglichen werden. Mehr zum Thema in der Langfassung unserer Studie KNDE 2045: bit.ly/36U1C7c pic.twitter.com/2sqfXb2vBj

Wegen schlechter Windbedingungen fällt Windstrom im Juli vorrübergehend auf Platz 3 der Stromerzeuger – nach Erdgas & Braunkohle. Im Zeitraum Jan-Jul 2021 steht Wind aber weiter an der Spitze. Der Anteil Erneuerbarer liegt im Juli bei 42%, 3 Prozentpunkte weniger als 07/2020. 2/2 pic.twitter.com/Bogm8hsoXv

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