Charlotte Synnøve Garmann-Johnsen (1990) is a Norwegian environmentalist. Education consists of a Bachelor degree in humanities from NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and technology), Norway, and a Masters degree in Managing Contemporary Global Issues with Environment and Development from The University of Winchester, England. She has been an active member of the environmental movement since joining Nature and Youth in 2006. In 2014 she was on the climate committee in Spire - The Development Funds Youth Organisation. In 2015 she was a UNFCCC youth delegate to the UN climate change negotiations. In 2017 she worked at Greenpeace Norway, and was part of taking the Norwegian government to court over their oil drilling in the Arctic. She is currently working as a teacher at an international school.

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Charlotte Synnøve Garmann-Johnsen  Photo by: Tone Bjørndal.

Charlotte Synnøve Garmann-Johnsen

Photo by: Tone Bjørndal.