The Mission for the Energy Transition is organizing informational Monaco s’engage meetings between May 29 and July 20 across 6 districts of the Principality. The operation will revolve around two themes: the energy transition and quality of life.

In direct contact with the Monegasque population, the Monaco s’engage meetings will provide answers to the most frequently asked questions about infrastructure, subsidies, and solutions being proposed by the Principality to act on the 3 themes of the energy transition: mobility, energy, and waste.

They will also collect individual signatures to the National Pact for Energy Transition and initiate a dialogue on the quality of life.

Four stands will be available to the public. One per each major theme of the energy transition: waste, mobility, energy and a fourth dedicated to the collection of Pact signatures and a committed approach to improving quality of life. Also on the program, games of increasing difficulty, created by the association “La Boîte de jeux”. Designed for all ages, they will allow everyone to deepen their knowledge of Monaco’s energy transition and win eco-friendly gifts (snack boxes, edible straws, cloth bread bags, etc.).

Lastly, a team from the PLURICITE Cabinet will conduct interviews with volunteers about their feelings, needs, and expectations regarding the quality of life in Monaco. The answers obtained will make it possible to establish a diagnosis and propose actions aimed at improving the living environment, which will be published in a report.

Monaco s’engage will be held in 6 districts of the Principality on the following dates:
Wednesday, May 29, 9 am-6pm: Carrefour Commercial Gallery

Tuesday, June 4, 9 am – 2 pm: Monte-Carlo Market and 4 pm – 6 pm: Esplanade of St Charles School

Wednesday, June 19, 9 am – 6 pm: Princess Antoinette Park

Tuesday, June 25, 9 am – 6 pm: forecourt of the Oceanographic Museum

Saturday, July 6, 9 am – 2 pm: Condamine Market

Saturday, July 20, 9 am – 6 pm: Promenade Larvotto

Information and information:
https://transition-energetique.gouv.mc – (+377) 98 98 47 59

*Article originally published on the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.