Monaco welcomes fourteen of the most famous Urban Painting Artists in the World
The Pelagos Initiative and its next call for projects: Webinar on 19 May at 3pm (CET)
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HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco honoured with The Perfect World Foundation Award
The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation appoints Sally Yozell to its Board of Directors
The Lions Club of Monaco makes a donation to the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation
The OACIS initiative launches its call for projects
The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation is a global non-profit organisation committed to progressing Planetary Health for present and future generations. Founded by HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco in 2006, the Foundation exists to promote a new relationship with nature and the innovations that can impact this change. The Foundation aims to bring humanity together to empower impactful solutions for our planet's biodiversity, climate, ocean and water resources. It works in three main geographical areas : the Mediterranean Basin, the Polar Regions and the Least developed countries.
Stoechas Project: improving knowledge of the biodiversity of the Port-Cros National Park to optimise its management
Conservation of monk seal and its habitats along Mugla and Antalya Pronvicial coasts in Turkey through concrete actions
De-equipping of unauthorised climbing routes to ensure the reproduction of the Egyptian vulture in the Luberon
The Golden Children – establishing a koala insurance population for Australia
Hammerhead shark (Sphyrna Iewini) nursery areas in the Colombian Pacific coast
Conservation of the Mediterranean monk seal at the wider area of the National Marine Park of Alonissos Northern Sporades (NMPANS)
Strengthening Water Management Sustainability in West Bank, Palestine
Ice Memory : Heritage library of ice core samples
Integrated water resources management in the Siroua Massif
Foundation around the world
Since it was set up, the Foundation has opened several representative offices around the world to broaden its influence: in France and the UK in 2007, Switzerland, the US and Canada in 2008, and Germany and Italy in 2009. In 2011 Singapore joined its list of offices, then in 2016 it was Spain’s turn to open a branch. The most recent office opened in Beijing, China, in 2019.
With these 10 foreign branches, the Foundation now benefits from a strong international network to support its initiatives and extend the impact of its work.