Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Monaco’s efforts to save the large pearl

In 2016, an exceptional mortality rate among large pearls was recorded on the Spanish coast. By the end of 2018, it had spread to the French, Monegasque and Italian maritime zones.

Nice airport commits to zero emissions by 2050

France’s third largest airport, Nice Côte d'Azur, has signed an historic commitment to reach a goal of zero CO2 emissions by the year 2050.

All aboard Monaco’s first self-driving eco-bus

Monaco’s innovative new autonomous electric shuttle bus is now in service throughout the Rock for residents and tourists.

YCM unveils 100% eco-friendly catamaran

The Principality is once again leading the way in sustainable solutions, this time with the creation of a zero-emissions catamaran that will serve the MYC.

India and Monaco’s sustainability ties

The first ever summit covering sustainable action in India and developing countries has been held in Monaco.

New electric taxis for the summer

A fleet of electric taxis are now available throughout the Principality, providing a much needed boost to services in the busy summer months.

Monaco and the fight against food waste

Statistics show that about one-third of all the food grown globally every year is either wasted or lost due to spoilage.

Oil leak at land extension site

A biodegradable hydraulic oil leak has been discovered aboard one of the ships involved in the construction of Monaco’s land extension project.