Tags actualites: Mission océan Indien

The “Adopt a Float” day on 22 June 2023 at the Institut de la mer in Villefranche-sur-Mer (Sorbonne University/CNRS) was attended by a host of VIPs. Six classes, around 150 pupils, from Joseph Caldéroni primary school in Villefranche-sur-Mer have adopted “Bob-the-float” over the course of the school year. Supervised by scientific mediators and their teachers, they followed his scientific journey.
Indian Ocean Mission. The Committee met on Friday, May 6, 2022 at the Oceanographic Museum and auditioned six artists and finally chose two. They are Elsa Rigot and Rémi Leroy. After the call for residencies launched in November 2021, some sixty applications were examined and six artists were pre-selected in February for the final auditions.
Since 2020, the open innovation program “The Future of_ Plastic Waste” has aimed to implement practical solutions for recycling, transformation, and reduction of plastic waste in the Indian Ocean by supporting innovative and multi-stakeholder initiatives in Seychelles.
The Société des Explorations de Monaco is launching this call for expressions of interest for an artist’s residency on board the ship that will be chartered for its next expedition to the Indian Ocean, which is currently being prepared. This new expedition is the first part of the “Monaco Explorations” project approved as a contribution to the United Nations Decade of Ocean Sciences for Sustainable Development 2021-2030.