COP28: Prince Albert keeps focus on ocean protections while fossil fuel controversy unfurls
The first half of COP28 has been marred by controversy and “conflicts of interest” after it emerged that the event president and oil magnate, Sultan Al Jaber, had made claims that there is “no science” to suggest a phase-out of fossil fuels is needed if global temperature rises are to be restricted to 1.5°C.Read more
Monaco rewards green innovators of tomorrow
This year's winners of the Monaco Solar and Energy Boat Challenge have been crowned, with some truly innovative young teams stepping up to the plate.
Finding solutions at the CC Forum
We speak to Max Studennikoff, CEO and Founder of the CC Forum, on bringing together a selected group of HNWIs to discuss the most pressing issues facing our planet.
Monaco contributes to creation of 1st MPA in Cambodia
Enormous progress is being made in Cambodia’s first Marine Protected Area on the Koh Rong Archipelago, a project backed by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation.
Ikea will soon sell solar panels
Ikea is set to sell solar panels in its stores in France from this autumn, a move that will make renewable energy more accessible than ever before.
Operation clean beaches in action
The ‘Monaco Plage Propre’ operation has kicked into gear, giving smokers no reason to butt out on the Principality’s coastline.
Stars’n’Bars awarded for green campaign
Stars’n’Bars has won the Energy Globe Award for its 2019 social media campaign to reduce ocean pollution created by discarded cigarette butts.