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HSH the Sovereign Prince attended the Annual Conference for the Energy Transition on March 29, at the Yacht Club of Monaco.
Also attending were HE the Minister of State, Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Government Councilor – Minister of Equipment , Environment and Urbanism, as well as Julien Vidal, guest of honour for the evening.
The evening featured a presentation of the eco-citizen approach of Julien Vidal, a review of year 1 of the National Pact and the perspectives of development of the approach, the awarding of “Trophies of the Energy Transition To three Laureates, rewarded for their good practices and a strong announcement from Décathlon Monaco, which is now abandoning the sale of single-use plastic water bottles.
HSH the Sovereign Prince concluded the evening by recalling, “To reunite goodwill in the service of our common future, we must of course go beyond international bodies, beyond government decisions, beyond all these projects that we drive.
“We must involve everyone, as we do today. We must identify, propose and promote concrete and shared solutions, like those of the laureates we have just honoured […] I think especially, more widely, the invention of a new model, more innovative, more virtuous, more sustainable, serving the planet and the quality of life, serving our contemporaries and serving our children.”
A delegation from Monaco has visited the African nation of Mali where health, education and civil protection topped the agenda.
The 9th edition of the Pink Ribbon Monaco Walk has been a huge success, with close to 200 participants dressing in pink and supporting a very important cause.
The National Assembly has welcomed the latest graduates to the Principality’s Police Force.
An incredible 12-month time lapse video showing the creation of Monaco’s mammoth land extension project has just been released.
For the duration of the Monaco Yacht Show, from Wednesday, September 27 to Saturday, September 30, access to the port of Condamine will be closed from midnight to 7 am, and limited 7 am to midnight to the holders of a special badge.
The owners of ships with an annual mooring at the port can obtain the badge from the Maritime and Airport Police at 14 Quai Antoine 1er.
Access will always be possible during the show at the port of Fontvieille.
Owners and captains are reminded that due to the Principality's sustainable development policy, ships moored in the Bay of Monaco not using the waste collection services of the company Eco Tank must imperatively disembark all rubbish at the port of Fontvieille.