“Some of the greatest minds in the world should be trying to fix this planet, rather than trying to find somewhere else to live,” the 39-year-old said.
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Ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow (COP26), which kicks off on October 31, Prince William urged world leaders to take concrete action. It seems that “if we do not pay attention, we will steal the future of our children.” “I want things that I have always enjoyed — the outdoors, nature, the environment — that are always there for my children. And not just for my own, but for everyone’s children.”
Thus Prince William supports the statement of his father, Prince Charles (72). The British crown prince said earlier this week that he was concerned that world leaders would “only speak” at the climate conference in Glasgow, rather than take measures that dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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