On November 6th and 7th, from 10 am to 6 pm, the public is invited to participate in the fourth edition of the For the Earth International Festival, organized by MBRart at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco. An event supported by the Prince Albert II Foundation.

As we know, the Principality is very attached to environmental causes. And it is a source of pride for her to host the fourth edition of the For the Earth Festival, an international forum on environmental issues, inviting the public to discover new thinking and possible solutions for a sustainable future. Two days during which we will be able to attend conferences, workshops, as well as various events including artistic interactions where different worlds will mix, from science to technology, connecting the sectors of innovation and the business world. Two days to discover, therefore, that there are possibilities for steering our future away from catastrophe.

An eclectic program

Several international actors will be in attendance. On November 6th, we can hear the French Karim Dahou, executive manager of the investment program in Africa NEPAD-OECD; the Italian science journalist Marco Merola; Swedish innovation architect Edith Derlon; British artist Julian Lennon, accompanied by Italian photographer Sandrina Rubelli; Kazakh Rapil Zhoshybayev, President of the International Green Technologies and Investment Project Center; the Italian founder of Sport and Nature Stefano Tirelli; Taiwanese musician Wen Chin Fu; the Italian artist Giuseppe La Spada; not to mention the screening of the film Sea of ​​Shadows from National Geographic Documentary Films.

On November 7th, American oceanographer Lisa-Ann Levin will give an exceptional lecture, followed by Franco-Russian Anastasia Crestani, president of Eva’s Spaces, Portuguese director Miguel Petchkosvsky and Greek researcher Nikolaos Stilianakis. The French-Spanish Ruth Gomez will present the projects of the Cuomo Foundation, while Scotsman Howard Wood, winner of the Goldman Prize will close the event.

Free entry.

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