H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco Heads A-List Work Luncheon in New York

New York, Monday April 12 2010 – On his last visit to the United States, His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco had the opportunity to discuss the work of his Foundation with a few environmentally-active U.S. personalities over a work luncheon at the Consulate General of Monaco in New York.

With the 100th anniversary of the Oceanographic Museum and the Earth Day/April 22 North American release of Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud’s film Oceans (of which the Foundation is an early supporter) as a backdrop, the preservation of oceans and marine biodiversity, along with the promotion of sustainable practices, were at the center of the conversation.

In attendance with His Highness and the Consul General Mrs. Maguy Maccario: Mrs. Susan Cohn Rockefeller, filmmaker, Alaska Conservation Foundation, David Rockefeller Fund and Oceana board member ; Mr. Sam Waterston, actor and Oceana board member ; Mr. Ted Danson, actor and Oceana founding member ; Mr. Bryan Walsh, Time Magazine environmental correspondent ; Professor Jeffrey Sachs, Director, Earth Institute at Columbia University ; Mr. David Monsma, Director, Energy & Environment Program, Aspen Institute (last two organizations are currently partners of the Foundation).









Left: Sam Waterston, H.S.H. Prince Albert II, Ted Danson
Right: (from left) Sam Waterston, Ted Danson, Susan C. Rockefeller, Bryan Walsh, H.S.H. Prince Albert, Maguy Maccario, Pr. Jeffrey Sachs, David Monsma.

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