MSc in International Business students and faculty members were invited by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation to celebrate World Oceans Day (June 8) by attending the private premiere screening of « The Map To Paradise » at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco.
They got to explore the magic of a balanced and generous aquatic paradise through the eyes of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II, who attended the screening, and also through the eyes of presidents, marine scientists, fishermen, divers and island nation authorities.
« If a ‘Map to Paradise’ existed, what would this map look like? » the documentary’s authors asked. The audience discovered the global birth of the movement to protect the world’s oceans through the creation of marine sanctuaries around the globe, likethe Pelagos sanctuary established in the Mediterranean sea between Monaco, France and Italy. The footage of travel from the underwater lands of ice and corals to the headquarters of the United Nations to engage with a character-driven collection of stories introduced them to the solutions available to help save the sea from today’s greatest perils, which threaten life itself.
Written by Dr. Damyana Bakardzhieva, Professor of Economics and Sustainable Development
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