Prince of Wales throws weight behind green economy

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Prince of Wales throws weight behind green economy

HRH Prince of Wales writes in Daily Mail ahead of publication of new climate change book this week

HRH the Prince of Wales has given his staunch backing to rapidly growing renewables, clean tech and circular economy sectors as he urged the world to step up action on climate change in an article for...

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