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Thomas Reese: King Charles should continue speaking about climate change

If the royal family is going to be relevant for the 21st century, it needs to help the world face the most important crisis of the century.

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The crown and climate

Britain has been one of the main contributors to global warming. We look at the new king’s environmental credentials.
From April 2022: Prince Charles says we have to stop “poisoning ourselves”
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From April 2022: Prince Charles says we have to stop “poisoning ourselves”

The royal delivered a pre-recorded address at the Our Ocean Conference hosted by the Republic of Palau.
Prince Charles became king after Queen Elizabeth II’s death. How will he rule the UK?

Prince Charles became king after Queen Elizabeth II’s death. How will he rule the UK?

A future "climate king" takes over at an uncertain time for the United Kingdom and the world.
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Prince Charles 'doesn't like using helicopters' over carbon footprint

Prince Charles is strongly aware of the need to set an example on cutting the household's carbon footprint, adding that using helicopters is often "not a good look" for the Royal Family amid efforts to tackle climate change.

Britain outlines energy plans amid dimming prospects for climate summit

Britain outlines energy plans amid dimming prospects for climate summit

In an effort to recapture momentum, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a host of measures, including plans for a big expansion of electric vehicles, more offshore wind power and greater use of hydrogen.
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Prince Charles talks climate change

Speaking ahead of the U.N. Climate Change Conference COP26, the heir-to-the British throne, 72, who has spent most of his life speaking out on green issues, said he understood why campaigners took direct action when faced with the inactivity of politicians.
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