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Chance to save coral reefs is diminishing, say experts

A new report written in part by researchers at the Scientific Centre of Monaco calls for coral reefs to be given the same funding as other grand challenges like landing on the moon.

TV Festival screening to launch debate on lion farming

The Monte-Carlo Television Festival will host the premiere screening of Lion’s, Bones and Bullets, which delves into the mass production of wildlife for traditional Chinese “medicines”.

RAMOGE reveals deep water discoveries

RAMOGE, the tri-country association dedicated to protecting the coastlines from Saint-Raphael to Genoa, has just published its findings from its 2018 explorations in the Med.

YCM continues quest to build future of yachting

The Monaco Energy Boat Challenge isn’t until July, but contestants are already in full gear preparing to present their projects for alternative, clean boat propulsion systems.

Finance ministers meet for climate change action

Monaco’s Jean Castellini has joined finance ministers across the globe in a meeting to foster economic growth strategies that take into account the environment and climate change.

Marine science efforts continue in Monaco

Two Monegasque organisations dedicated to marine sciences have agreed to continue working together to find ways to protect and increase knowledge of the seas.