Prince Charles calls for climate action

Prince Charles has addressed world leaders at the G7 Summit calling on the same mobilisation seen during the pandemic to be used to fight climate change. 

The Prince of Wales was joined by the Queen, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in their first meeting with world leaders since the start of the pandemic.

The prince talked about how in 2014 wind power was considered too expensive to make a real difference to the British power grid, and now it is a vital part through the cooperation of government and business. 

“Only through sort of government and business coalition can we once again literally put the wind in our sails and win the battle against climate change across all sectors, from agriculture to aviation, from fossil fuels to fashion,” he said.

Prince Charles has addressed world leaders at the G7 Summit calling on the same mobilisation seen during the pandemic to be used to fight climate change.

The Prince of Wales was joined by the Queen, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in their first meeting with world leaders since the start of the pandemic.

The prince talked about how in 2014 wind power was considered too expensive to make a real difference to the British power grid, and now it is a vital part through the cooperation of government and business.

“Only through sort of government and business coalition can we once again literally put the wind in our sails and win the battle against climate change across all sectors, from agriculture to aviation, from fossil fuels to fashion,” he said.

Prince Charles has addressed world leaders at the G7 Summit calling on the same mobilisation seen during the pandemic to be used to fight climate change.

The Prince of Wales was joined by the Queen, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in their first meeting with world leaders since the start of the pandemic.

The prince talked about how in 2014 wind power was considered too expensive to make a real difference to the British power grid, and now it is a vital part through the cooperation of government and business.

“Only through sort of government and business coalition can we once again literally put the wind in our sails and win the battle against climate change across all sectors, from agriculture to aviation, from fossil fuels to fashion,” he said.

Read Next

Source by [author_name]