On October 6, 2011, at the Musée Océanographique de Monaco H.S.H. Prince Albert II attended the 2011 Prix Méditerranéens du Journalisme Awards. This annual ceremony, hosted for the third time in Monaco and organized by the Monaco Méditerranée Foundation, awards those who have demonstrated their brilliance in, well, journalism… yeah, it doesn’t get much simpler than that. To view photos please click here.
This afternoon at the Palais Princier, Prince Albert II presented the “Officer of Saint Charles” to author, Professor Tim Flannery for his contribution to the environment, science, and his best-selling books.
And finally, this evening the prince will attend the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation Awards Gala:
Since 2008, the Awards of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation rewards those who engage in an exceptional way to safeguard our planet. H.S.H. Prince Albert II will honor several international prominent personalities for their exemplary action in favor of the environment and saving the planet each of the three priority areas of his Foundation include: climate change, preserving biodiversity, access to water, and the fight against desertification. The 2011 Awards will be proceeded by an exclusive screening of the film “Felins” to be attended by 1,000 guests.
Courtesy of the Palais Princier de Monaco