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Government Counsellor-Minister of Equipment, Environment and Urban Planning Marie-Pierre Gramaglia led a meeting last week to discuss the Principality’s new approach to urban planning. Called the Mediterranean Sustainable Buildings of Monaco (BD2M) plan, it offers a “tailor-made” approach to sustainable construction to ensure all future projects meet the guidelines set out by the Mission for Energy Transition programme launched by the government.
“The environmental and energy performance of buildings accounts for more than 30% of the Principality’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions,” said Marie-Pierre Gramaglia. “It is a priority axis of the government’s policy in terms of energy transition and reduction of our GHGs.”
The plan is based on the free and cooperative exchange of ideas, techniques, skills and experiences amongst the construction professionals of the Principality. This collective endeavour has produced a novel way of ensuring all new buildings will be of the best quality in terms of environmentally sustainable construction, and well within the procedures set of by the Prince’s government.
The Mediterranean Sustainable Buildings of Monaco method will be employed in the building of all public construction, renovation and new project, effective immediately.
The final goal is for Monaco to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by half as of 2030 and to become carbon neutral by 2050.
This year’s Monaco Yacht Show not only featured the most impressive fleet of superyachts in its history worth a jaw-dropping €6 billion, it also attracted a record number of exhibitors. Held from 25th to 28th September, the Monaco Yacht Show is considered the largest and most luxurious in the world. This year’s show reached new […]
Investment in art and cultural infrastructure hit €8 billion globally over the past three years, while technology and social impact investing are set to shape the art and finance market moving ahead. These are some of the latest findings of a Deloitte Art and Finance Report, unveiled on Monday in Monaco. The trend of including […]
With the fourth quarter of 2019 finally underway, markets await third-quarter (Q3) gross domestic product (GDP) readings to assess the resilience of the global economy, which significantly slowed in the second quarter. The first major country to report GDP is China, which is expected to slow further amid ongoing trade tensions. Although China-US trade negotiations […]
An estimated 3,000 experts in the world of cybersecurity have come together at the Grimaldi Forum for the 19th edition of the Assises de la Sécurité (Security Inquest), and Monaco has laid out its mission to be at the cutting edge of the industry. Minister of the Interior Patrice Cellario opened the conference yesterday morning, […]