Frederik is a climate change expert with 10 years of increasing responsibility working across a range of climate change issues (transparency, mitigation, finance).
He initiated his career focusing on the Clean Development Mechanism and is currently engaged in NDC implementation and climate transparency support to countries as project manager for the CBIT Global Coordination Platform. In addition, Frederik is providing support to countries to access funds through the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) and providing technical assistance to countries in Latin America and Africa to respond to the requirements of the Paris Agreement.
Frederik has gained in-depth understanding of linking climate and national development priorities through working with senior government officials in more than 15 developing countries in Africa and Latin America and is passionate about exploring innovative ways to strengthen capacity and institutional development efforts leading to transformational change.
Prior to joining UNEP DTU Partnership, Frederik worked two years in Uganda as the climate focal point for UNDP overseeing the climate change project portfolio and one year in New York as a climate specialist in UNDP’s Low Emission Capacity Building Programme.
He holds a Master’s degree in International Development Studies from Roskilde University and has through trainings and courses specialized in climate finance and renewable energy.