Frédéric Platini, Secretary-General of the Monegasque Red Cross, signed on July 25 the Charter of the commitment of the National Pact for the Energy Transition. In the presence of Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Councilor of Government-Minister of the Equipment, the Environment and Urbanism, and Annabelle Jaeger-Seydoux, Director of the Mission for Energy Transition (MTE).
Marie-Pierre Gramaglia welcomed, during her speech, the efforts made by the Monegasque Red Cross: “By signing the Pact today, the Monegasque Red Cross has made a choice to engage in a vast awareness-raising campaign of its teams and in concrete actions to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, and I congratulate it. These are ambitious goals but at the height of the climatic emergency with meteorological phenomena that strike more and more countries and its populations and mobilize more and more humanitarian organizations like the Red Cross.”
The Monegasque Red Cross is implementing a 30-month energy transition plan, based on several recommendations proposed by the MTE. It’s objective: to achieve, by 2021, a significant saving of greenhouse gas emissions.
All managers and employees of the CRM will have to commit to following this plan, which comes in different operations: regular meetings of mobilization of all employees, interventions of the MTE with the staff, appointment of referents “Transition Energetic “, awareness of the implementation of the voluntary members’ plan, communication, waste and energy management in buildings, telecommuting, etc.