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Prince Charles Calls Out Climate Change Skeptics

Earlier this month, Prince Charles gave this speech on low carbon prosperity at the European Parliament. He discusses the problems and solutions to our environment and the effects and close connection of industry on our environment.

The Summit was attended by over 300 MEPs, economists including Lord Stern, together with business leaders from The Prince of Wales’s EU Corporate Leaders Group on Climate Change, the P8 Group of leading Pension Funds and the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change.

A full transcript of the speech is available here.

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3 thoughts on “Prince Charles Calls Out Climate Change Skeptics

  1. HRH Prince Charles has continued to be a stalwart voice for sanity in this era of climate change. He attempts, over and over, to get through to business leaders in many industry sectors to, as he says, help business maintain biodiversity in order to avert environmental catastrophe in lives of our grandchildren. When will the message be received and acted upon? Such smart people governing the world, and yet such slow response. Thank you, Prince Charles- please keep at it, as more folks will be bound to get the memo.

  2. As a British republican, big ears, aka Charles Windsor often says fairly stupid thinks – this time (for a change) he has said something useful. My question to big ears is – when will he stop driving gas guzzlers – or is it a case of do as I say not as I do.

  3. Unfortunately, biodiversity and environmental protection cannot happen without 1) business and public regulation, 2) public pressure on politicians for change, and 3) massive and consistent public education by those with sanity and integrity. I appreciate Prince Charles’ voice. Very well said.

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