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Leicester City loanee Youri Tielemans may be seeking to stay at the Premier League club, where he is on loan until the end of the season.
The 21-year-old Belgian said to reporters recently, “We will see at the end of of the season. Today I am a Leicester City player but at the end of the season I will be back at Monaco, so we will see what happens.”
He made his debut for Leicester at the fabled Wembley Stadium – current temporary home to Tottenham Hostspur.
Spurs won the game 3-1, but Tielemans put in a commendable performance.
He said after the game, “It is a mythical stadium and the start was really positive for me and I am really happy about it. Unfortunately we lost the game but I am happy about my personal game.”
The Monegasque government is encouraging owners and tenants to give their homes a make-over by offering a “renovation bonus” as part of the State’s plan for economic recovery.
Women in Tunisia are set to benefit from a four-year job creation agreement signed this week between Monaco, the United Nations and the Union for the Mediterranean.
The Oceanographic Institute is trailblazing by becoming the first official member of the European Commission’s environmentally-minded global coalition, United for Biodiversity.
A new music project in Monaco, Voice in Progress, will be holding its first concert this October featuring 20 of the region’s brightest stars.
Prince Albert visited Ohio State University to learn more about the university’s research and educational programming on sustainability issues and to give a lecture on climate change, biodiversity and access to clean water.
Electric vehicle manufacturer Venturi Automobiles, located in Monaco, is the sponsor of the Buckeye Bullet Electric Race Car – “a series of student-built, alternative-fuel race cars which run Utah’s Bonneville Speedway” – and is largely responsible for cultivating Prince Albert’s interest in visiting Ohio State. The Prince is especially interested in sustainability efforts at Ohio Stadium because of Monaco’s plans to build a new sports stadium, which he hopes will be a global model of sustainability.
Prince Albert established the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation in 2006 with the aim of helping protect the environment.
The Foundation encourages sustainable management of natural resources and supports innovative and ethical solutions in the areas of climate change, water and biodiversity.
From on his own research forays and his travels to remote regions of the globe, the Prince is convinced that climate change is the most pressing crisis facing the planet today. (Sources: Washington Times, Ohio State University)