October 14, 2021

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Prince William first calls on Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk to “save the earth”

People – A recommendation two weeks before the opening of COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland. Prince William gave an interview BBC Wednesday, October 13th. He was a guest on the show News broadcasting Preceded by the first Earthshot Award, an award created for the people by his father, Charles Save the planet.

Duke of Cambridge Using this intervention, he sent a message to the billionaires competing in space travel. “The world needs the best brains and minds to save this planet, not finding the next place to live,” he explained. As you can see in the video above.

On the same day, Hollywood actor William Shatner became very popular in the role of Captain Kirk Star Trek, At the age of 90, became the oldest person to travel in space. The event was made possible by Jeff Bezos and his Blue Origin rocket.

Richard Branson Or Elon Musk, two other personalities who have multiplied announcements for space travel. For Prince William, going to that height was “absolutely of no use”. There is a “basic question” to ask about cost Carbon Space planes.

“We are going to steal our children’s future”

Prince William urged world leaders to take action. “The things I experienced, the big outdoor life, the nature, the environment, it should always be for my children, not just for my children, but for everyone’s children,” he declared.

“If we are not careful, we will steal our children’s future by what we do now,” he stressed. His son George “must speak to you in 30 years and say the same things over and over again, because it will be too late,” said Prince William. Heir to the throne.

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Also given in an interview Broadcast on the BBC and Monday, His father Prince Charles, 72, expressed concern that international leaders meeting in Glasgow were “talking” on COP26, instead of taking action to drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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