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UN has long history of sexual harassment & assault – Climate chief forced out over allegations of improper behavior

The United Nations and sexual harassment and assault are back in the news. See: UN employee accuses top official with sex assault (CNN)

The UN has long been under a cloud of sexual assault and harassment allegations and convictions. See: UN Climate Talks Wracked By Allegations Of Sexual Harassment & Media ignored UN climate chair sex groping scandal & UN climate talks have a ‘toxic background’ of sexual harassment, says lawyer   & UN Staff: Sexual harassment and assault rife at United Nations — including rape 

The former head of the UN IPCC climate panel, Rajendra Pachauri, was forced to step down in 2015 after a raft of sexual harassment allegations. Pachauri even wrote what was described as a “smutty” novel. Flashback 2010UN IPCC chief Pachauri a Climate Creep?! – ‘Smutty’ novel written by the UN climate chief Pachauri: Excerpt: ‘She removed her gown, slipped off her nightie and slid under the quilt…He was overcome by a lust…and began to feel Sajni’s body, caressing her voluptuous breasts’

Rajendra Pachauri

See: Wave Bye-Bye: IPCC Chief Pachauri forced out in 2015 at UN climate panel after sexual harassment complaint

UN IPCC’s Pachauri found guilty in sexual harassment case by Internal Complaints Committee

UN’s global warming chief Pachauri investigated for sexual harassment

Media ignored UN climate chief’s sex groping scandal

Former UN climate change chief to face trial for sexual harassment of employees

A Third Woman Accuses UN’s Former Climate Chief Pachauri Of Sexual Harassment

Outgoing UN IPCC Chief reveals global warming ‘is my religion and my dharma’

Former Vice President Al Gore & then UN IPCC Chair Rajendra Pachauri accepting the Nobel Peace Prize

Outgoing UN IPCC Chief reveals global warming ‘is my religion and my dharma’ – IPCC Chair Pachauri forced out at UN climate panel after sexual harassment complaint – Pachauri’s resignation letter on religion: ‘For me the protection of Planet Earth, the survival of all species and sustainability of our ecosystems is more than a mission. It is my religion and my dharma.’