Prince William Launches ‘Most Distinguished’ Environmental Award

Prince William Launches ‘Most Distinguished’ Environmental Award

London: Britain’s Prince William on Thursday launched the “most prestigious of all time” environmental award to “transform pessimism into optimism” while awarding innovative solutions to the planet’s biggest problems.
The next ten years will present £ 10 million ($ 1 million, 1.1 million euros) of prizes each year, “to encourage planetary change and help to heal our planet”. London.
Kensington Palace described it as “the most prestigious global environmental award in history” and said it was the 1960s US President John F. Was inspired by Kennedy’s “Moonshot” project.
“We need to find solutions to be able to live our lives and enjoy our lives and feel guilty and bad about some things,” the prince, who is second to the throne, said The interview aired on Thursday on BBC Radio 4.
“Ultimately it will have to change, because I am also concerned with the mental health outlook, the anxiety and anxiety that many of these younger generations have.”
He said he hoped the award would “bring together the best minds, the best possible solutions to fix and tackle some of the world’s biggest environmental challenges”.
“The next 10 years are an important decade for change. Time is of the essence, which is why we believe that this very ambitious global award is the only way forward.”
The project centers around five “simple but ambitious” aims to meet by 2030: “protect and restore nature”, “cleanse our air”, “revitalize our oceans”, “a useless-free world”. Build “, and” fix our “climate”.
The award is supported by a coalition of individuals, organizations and businesses with winners, starting in London in 2021 at a ceremony in a different city around the world.
Awards can be given to individuals or teams, whether they are scientists, activists, economists, governments, business leaders and countries.
“The purpose of the Earth Prize is to turn existing pessimism around environmental issues into optimism that we can face with the biggest challenges of our time,” Mahal said.
“But the award is so much more than achieving achievement – it’s a decade of action … inspires people around the world to work together to repair the planet.”
For his father Prince Charles’ long-running environmental campaign, William joked to the BBC: “I regularly wonder what my father was thinking about it. I’m sure every son does that He thinks. ”
“But” he has been talking about this for a long time and long before people have cotton on climate change.
“So I always listened and learned and believed what he was saying.”

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