Monday, September 23, 2019

Fautrier takes new position with Prince’s government

Prince Albert has appointed Bernard Fautrier as Special Adviser on Environmental Issues. The placement means he will stepdown from his position as Vice-President and CEO of the Prince’s foundation, and hand over the reins to Olivier Wenden.

Marine mission launched by Prince Albert II Foundation

A new drone-supported sea mission has been launched by the Prince Albert II Foundation and the Monaco Exploration Society to study marine mammals and environmental impacts.

Prince Albert II joins World CleanUp Day efforts

Monaco’s first World Clean-Up Day was a great success, with 150 people taking part in five targeted clean-up areas throughout the Principality, including HSH Prince Albert II.

Interview: Bob Lee, elephant curator

Animal behaviourist Katerina Pirelli journeys to the Oregon Zoo to talk to Bob Lee, elephant curator of the only Bornean pygmy elephant in North America.

Local school goes green

The project, undertaken by the Public Buildings Maintenance Department, produces upwards of 1,000 litres of hot water per day, enough for the daily requirements of the school.

Monaco to embark on massive waste collection on World CleanUp Day

Fir the first time, Monaco will be mobilizing efforts on both land and at sea for this year’s World CleanUp Day on 21st September.

Interview: Alberto Vitale on creating coral jewellery and a legacy of...

Alberto Vitale speaks to Monaco Life about his coral jewellery collection inspired by the Ocean and how he uses his unique position to help save the planet.

Monaco and Nicaragua open diplomatic relations

Monaco’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Isabelle Picco and Nicaraguan Permanent UN Representative Jaime Hermida have signed joint agreements declaring a new bond between the two states.