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Environment in the Principality: data collection 2018

Environment in the Principality: data collection 2018

By Staff Writer - April 24, 2018


The Directorate of the Environment has published its 2018 report on the environment in Monaco, continuing the practice that has been in place since 2009. The goal is to make the available data disposal to everyone.

The report contains quantified details on the following areas: energy, waste, climate, air quality, water management, the marine environment and biodiversity.

The Environment Department also explains environmental issues. It presents the data, their evolution over time and interprets them in terms of the standards set or the policies implemented. It is therefore a reference for all, neophytes or specialists, who wish to have clear and objective information about the various facets of the environment in the Principality.

The 2018 version has just been published and can be downloaded from the website of the Prince’s Government.


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