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Monaco

Nowadays, various environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria are a top priority matters in governmental projects and corporate regulations all around the world, as well as in the everyday lives of all of us.

Our firm is located in Monaco - a very narrow territory that represents a continuous challenge in terms of environmental preservation. Sustainable development issues are at the forefront of the Monegasque State's policy, with the objective of creating a sustainable and responsible city. The Government’s actions are focused on biodiversity, resource management and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Having signed the National Energy Transition Pact of the Principality in 2019, we are up to date with the newest developments and initiatives. We are also aware of global trends shared regularly within the CMS network with offices in 43 countries around the world.

Our teams are following all new information concerning ESG issues and are at your disposal for any question related to these fundamental subjects. Do not hesitate to contact us if we can help!

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06/07/2021
What to ex­pect from the European Com­mis­sion’s re­vised Cli­mate, En­ergy and...
On 7 June 2021, the European Com­mis­sion has launched a pub­lic con­sulta­tion in­vit­ing in­ter­ested parties to com­ment on the draft Guidelines on state aid for cli­mate, en­vir­on­ment­al pro­tec­tion and en­ergy...
30/06/2021
The European Com­mis­sion in­vests EUR 14.7 bil­lion to ac­cel­er­ate eco­lo­gic­al...
The European Com­mis­sion has ad­op­ted its main work pro­gram for the “Ho­ri­zon Europe” pro­gram, with a budget of EUR 100 bil­lion for the peri­od 2021-2027. It provides for in­vest­ments for re­search and...
15/06/2021
Road to COP 26: re­ima­gin­ing en­ergy: just trans­ition
As we ap­proach COP 26, there is ex­tens­ive dis­cus­sion of the shift to net zero and how it will be achieved; a large part of this will be the trans­ition from re­li­ance on fossil fuels to a more en­vir­on­ment­ally...