Prince Charles in ‘final chapter’ of journey to throne as future king takes ‘huge step’

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Prince Charles’ Terra Carta pledge has been dubbed the “final chapter of his legacy as an environmentalist”. The Prince of Wales launched the ‘Earth Charter’ as part of his new initiative to urge big business to put the planet first and tackle climate change. HeirPod hosts and royal commentators Omid Scobie and Maggie Rulli discussed the impact that the future king’s work might have.

Mr Scobie told listeners: “This is really a huge step for Charles, and what he considers to be really part of the final chapter of his legacy as an environmentalist.

“This journey began in the 70s and here we are in 2021, really starting out big.”

Ms Rulli agreed: “What was really striking for me was the philosophical angle that he took.

“The Magna Carta was this historic document that’s come to symbolise human rights, and the rights that humans and democracy should have.”

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She continued: “The Terra Carta now wants to be something that symbolises the rights of nature, and the rights that the environment and the world has.

“I thought that comparison was so amazing.

“To think about nature and the environment having rights and being taken seriously.

“I thought that was a great way to think about things, something we don’t always think about.”

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The commentator added: “I think with environmental projects or private projects it almost feels like charity.

“But instead it could also be thought as doing the right work, the work that’s needed.

“It’s more than just something that’s nice, it’s a right that nature actually has. I never thought of it that way before.”

The Prince of Wales has long been known for his decades-long commitment to the environment and conservation.

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Prince Charles appeared virtually at the global One Planet Summit event hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron last week to launch his latest project.

He told attendees and viewers: “Today, I am making an urgent appeal to leaders, from all sectors and from around the world, to join us in this endeavour, and to give their support to this ‘Terra Carta’ – to bring prosperity into harmony with nature, people, and planet over the coming decade.

“I can only encourage, in particular, those in industry and finance to provide practical leadership to this common project.

“Only they are able to mobilise the innovation, scale, and resources that are required to transform our global economy.”

The Terra Carta aims to raise £7 billion in green investment before 2022 through the Natural Capital Investment Alliance.

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