La Belle Classe Environmental Symposium

 

On the opening day of Monaco Ocean Week (10-14 April 2018), the aim of which is to deepen our understanding of marine conservation, the YCM is holding its La Belle Classe Superyachts Environmental Symposium on Tuesday 10th April. Organised in the form of a dinner-debate, the meeting will discuss various initiatives being taken in the yachting sector to help protect the environment.

 

PROGRAMME

 

1/ Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation’s actions for a sustainable Mediterranean.

By His Excellency Mr Bernard Fautrier

 

 

2/ Boats of the future will fly. Reducing CO2.
By Jérémie Lagarrigue, Hydros Foundation

 

3/ Transforming plastic rubbish into energy for superyachts.

By Simon Bernard from Plastic Odyssey

 

 

4/ The Sphyrna Drone – Med Mission.
By Bertrand de Lesquen from Marine et Océans & Fabien de Varenne, Sea Proven CEO

 

5/ An eco-friendly development from the Nobiskrug shipyard: Project 790.
An 80m equipped with all possible innovations for the environment.
By Erin Clarck and Fadi Pataq

 

 

Information : presse@ycm.org

 

La Belle Classe Environmental Symposium

 

On the opening day of Monaco Ocean Week (10-14 April 2018), the aim of which is to deepen our understanding of marine conservation, the YCM is holding its La Belle Classe Superyachts Environmental Symposium on Tuesday 10th April. Organised in the form of a dinner-debate, the meeting will discuss various initiatives being taken in the yachting sector to help protect the environment.

 

PROGRAMME

 

1/ Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation’s actions for a sustainable Mediterranean.

By His Excellency Mr Bernard Fautrier

 

 

2/ Boats of the future will fly. Reducing CO2.
By Jérémie Lagarrigue, Hydros Foundation

 

3/ Transforming plastic rubbish into energy for superyachts.

By Simon Bernard from Plastic Odyssey

 

 

4/ The Sphyrna Drone – Med Mission.
By Bertrand de Lesquen from Marine et Océans & Fabien de Varenne, Sea Proven CEO

 

5/ An eco-friendly development from the Nobiskrug shipyard: Project 790.
An 80m equipped with all possible innovations for the environment.
By Erin Clarck and Fadi Pataq

 

 

Information : presse@ycm.org