Prince Harry was quick to counterattack! Visibly touched not to have been cited by Elizabeth II, the Duke of Sussex took the lead. Big absent from the strong speech that His Majesty sent during the COP 26, the husband of Meghan Markle announced a strong commitment for his foundation. Inspired by Harry and Meghan’s “long-standing commitment to the planet”, the Archewell Company is committed to reducing its carbon emissions over the next few years. “Achieving net zero carbon emissions means making a series of choices over time to reduce that footprint as much as possible, while offsetting the remaining emissions through high quality carbon removal projects,” it read. in a press release published on its website. The foundation will therefore appoint an expert “in order to understand [their] collective footprint”.

The goal? Achieve zero carbon emissions by 2030. The Archewell Foundation adds that Prince Harry’s sustainable tourism initiative, Travalyst, and investment firm Ethic, in which the couple has invested, will advise the company on the “focus” of its investments “in favor of a low carbon economy”. “Achieving net zero carbon emissions means making a series of choices over time to minimize our footprint, while offsetting the remaining emissions through investments in carbon removal projects like reforestation,” added a spokesperson for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, long singled out for their highly polluting trips. A strong announcement whose timing is talking about. Because it was indeed published the day after Elizabeth II’s strong speech in Glasgow.

Elizabeth II “proud” of Princes William and Charles

Prevented from going to Scotland, Her Majesty made a point of addressing the leaders in a video of more than four minutes. “History has shown that when nations come together for a common cause, there is always hope,” Elizabeth II said, in a bright green suit, urging them to “work side by side” to “resolve issues. most insurmountable problems “. Subsequently, Elizabeth II had a word held to honor the memory of Prince Philip while praising the work of those who will succeed her on the British throne: “I am very proud that the leading role played by my husband for encouraging people to protect our fragile planet lives on through the work of our eldest son, Charles, and his eldest son, William “. Not a word for Prince Harry so …

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