King Charles signals he will step back from 'issues for which I care so deeply'

Michael Holder
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Prince Charles has launched the Terra Carta with a short film | Credit: Sustainable Markets Initiative
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Prince Charles has launched the Terra Carta with a short film | Credit: Sustainable Markets Initiative

Former Prince of Wales has been vocal advocate for environmental causes for five decades, with patronages including WWF, the Sustainable Markets Initiative, and Corporate Leaders Group on Climate Change

Having ascended to the throne following the Queen's death last week, King Charles III has signalled he could now step back from much of the campaigning and charitable work he had become known for as the...

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