Environmentalists report to Monaco Ministers on Portier extension

Photo; ©Charly Gallo/Direction de la Communication
Photo; ©Charly Gallo/Direction de la Communication

With work on the land extension at Portier due to start in April, the Monegasque authorities are ensuring that environmental safeguards continue to have a high priority.

On Tuesday, March 14, the seven experts of the Environmental Monitoring Committee involved in the project discussed their work during a luncheon with top government Ministers, including HE Serge Telle, Minister of State, Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, of Public Works, the Environment and Urban Development, Jean-Luc Nguyen, Director of the Urbanisation Mission (Urbamer) for the Government of Monaco, Cyril Gomez, Director-General of the Department, Valérie Davenet, Director of the Environment and Jacqueline Gautier Debernadi, Director of the Monegasque Nature Protection Association and manager of the Principality’s marine reserves.

Representing various specialties – marine biology, eco-design, and maritime works – the members of the committee are constantly improving the environmental aspects of the project.

 

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