Prince Charles warns about climate change consequences

  • Nov 24, 2019 AEDT
  • Team Kalkine

A passionate environmentalist for several years, Prince Charles recently warned that the time is running out to deal with the consequences of climate change. He recently completed his 6-day trip to New Zealand and is next visiting Solomon Islands, one of the Pacific island nations most-affected by global warming. He also added that world had reached a state of urgency but there is still time, about 10 years, to change the course of action towards protecting the global biodiversity.


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