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Banks and other financial institutions are being pressured to report sustainability data in order to create long-term value, as negotiations attempt to drive responsible finance up the agenda.
The talks, which are being co-ordinated by ...
The only way now into the heart of the village of Moorland on the Somerset Levels, the epicentre of the unprecedented battering Britain is taking from the elements, is in an amphibious vehicle or on a tractor trailer. Mark and Kate Kirby were ...
The old man who used to live next door was almost 80 and still smoking. His wife did not like it and made him take his ciggie outside. We would chat over the back fence if I was in the garden. "It's a rum do," Mr T would say, "Smoked all my life. ...
change deniers are a bunch of "headless chickens" This past Thursday, the Buckingham Palace housed an awards ceremony for green entrepreneurs. Prince Charles
was present as this event, and he took advantage of the ...
has dismissed climate
change "deniers" as the "headless chicken brigade".
Campaigners who share his long-held green stance faced a "barrage of sheer intimidation" from the powerful anti-climate change lobby, the prince
of Wales, who has campaigned for years to reduce global warming, also spoke out against "the barrage of sheer intimidation" from powerful anti-climate change groups during an awards ceremony at Buckingham Palace last ...
of Wales has warned that the world is fast consuming its grandchildren's inheritance in the pursuit of short-term "untenable economic growth".
Charles said the "bank" of the natural world was being depleted and was in the red, ...
has urged businesses and governments to step up their efforts to tackle climate
change, after a new report found corporates face numerous barriers to producing "deforestation-free" goods.
Speaking at the launch of the ...
The environment is a "significant" factor in the Syrian conflict that has killed more than 100,000 people, Prince Charles
The heir to the throne said a drought and the the depletion of natural resources was one of the key ...
The planet is building up heat at the equivalent of four Hiroshima bombs worth of energy every second. And 90 percent of that heat is going into the oceans.
Right, now I've got your attention.
It's widely acknowledged that we ...
is funding his charities with profits from shipping royal-branded mineral water 6,000 miles to the Middle East in an arrangement that has been described by Friends of the Earth as "completely insane".
Wherever you stand on the legitimacy of the Royals, the bright new addition to their family - receiving microscopic media coverage of ludicrous proportions - has brought well wishes from all quarters of the political spectrum. A few commentators ...
, heir to the British throne, made one of his strongest speeches yet on the dangers of a warming planet when he warned this month that climate
change is "the greatest risk we have ever faced". Action must be taken now, the Prince
of Wales, who warned 50 months ago that there were fewer than 100 months left to save the planet from irreversible damage due to climate
change, is keen to check on progress.
Mandrake hears that the heir to the throne summoned ...
His comments came as he attended a reception in Denver on Friday night and his views are apparently shared by his father the Prince
The event was hosted by Beverley Simpson, British consul general for Colorado, New Mexico and ...
has attacked corporate lobbyists and climate
change sceptics for turning the Earth into a "dying patient", making his most outspoken criticism yet of the world's failure to tackle global warming just when the heir to the throne is ...
World leaders must "act now" to protect the rainforests or risk the Earth becoming a dying patient, the Prince
of Wales has warned.
In a speech to ministers and tropical forest scientists, he said his work on climate
change could be ...
Speaking at a conference for scientists at St James' Palace in London, Prince Charles
said by ignoring climate
change we were turning the earth into a 'dying patient,' and called for urgent action.
He said: "If we see our forests and the ...
of Wales has criticised "corporate lobbyists" and climate
change sceptics for turning the earth into a "dying patient", in his most outspoken attack yet on the world's failure to tackle global warming.
He attacked businesses ...
As the old adage suggests, it is important to see the forests for more than just the trees. While an estimated 500 million people depend directly on forests for their livelihoods, the entire world depends on them for food, water, clean air, and ...
Experts on the health of our planet are terrified of the future. They can clearly see the coming collapse of global civilisation from an array of interconnected environmental problems.Poor communities are hit hardest by extreme weather ...
The prospect of becoming a grandfather to the baby of Prince
William and his wife Catherine has strengthened Prince Charles
's determination to fight climate
change, he said in an interview broadcast on Monday.
The heir to the British ...
He may be next in line to the British throne, but he apparently worries just like any other dad or grandfather-to-be.
, a well-known advocate for environmental causes, told ITV's "This Morning" that he doesn't want his ...
Another week and another war of words is being waged over our green and pleasant land. Last Thursday, Prince Charles
told the Oxford Farming Conference that the countryside is "as precious as an ancient cathedral". Former poet laureate Andrew ...
talks aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD) have bogged down after Brazil said the current text had too much emphasis on verification midway through the 18th Conference of the Parties ...