Monday, September 17, 2018

Monaco once again at the forefront of conservation

The Principality of Monaco participated in the first session of the Intergovernmental Conference on the Conservation and Use of Marine Biodiversity.

Monaco’s green credentials gaining ground

Monaco’s big efforts to fight greenhouse gas emissions is being noticed in the wider world, helping to changing perceptions about the Principality.

French government takes plastic recycling step further

The French government, aiming for a 100% goal for recycled plastics by 2025, wants to encourage consumers to favour products made from recycled materials.

Monaco divers find healthy shellfish population

Monaco Underwater Exploration Club and the Department of the Environment teamed up on August 5 to survey a large Mediterranean bivalve shellfish.

Government urges precautions in dealing with possible ozone pollution

Due to high temperatures and low winds this summer, the Prince's Government has issued recommendations to residents in the face of elevated ozone levels.

What is urban agriculture?

What is urban agriculture? In a constantly urbanizing and environmentally challenged world, urban agriculture has provided us with the opportunity of one of the most beautiful solutions to keep us in contact with nature in the cities.

Song of the Whale research vessel stops in Monaco

On Thursday, July 19, 2018, Mr. Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Minister of Infrastructure, Environment and Urban Planning, visited the ship Song of the Whale.

Summer campaign to reduce marine litter launched

Monaco has launched its annual summer campaign to encourage the owners and crews of pleasure craft to recycle their rubbish.