Prince Charles has proudly announced an upcoming TV project in collaboration with streaming giant Amazon Prime. The Prince of Wales spilled all after a long development process.
- Prince Charles has teamed up with Amazon Prime Video to launch a brand new TV channel.
- RE:TV aims to encourage businesses and individuals around the world to actively work towards sustainability.
- In other royal news, Prince George and Princess Charlotte have inherited this expensive passion from Prince William
Prince Charles has made an exciting revelation, to mark New York Climate Week. In collaboration with Amazon Prime Video the royal is set to launch RE:TV. The news comes only months after Prince Charles' heartbreaking plea, "we must ALL act before it's too late," regarding the ongoing climate emergency.
The channel's purpose is to encourage businesses and individuals all over the world to be proactive in working towards a more sustainable future.
"I've spent a lot of my lifetime trying to engage people and businesses with the issues and solutions of the climate crisis," he said. "RE:TV was therefore set up with the aim of capturing the will and imagination of humanity and champion the most inspiring solutions for sustainability from around the world."
The channel will provide a space to platform projects around the world that are working on initiatives that will totally change how business is done. This will pave the way for an economy that's cleaner and more sustainable—a concern that's very close to the Prince's heart.
"I hope that with this partnership with Prime Video we can bring these inspiring innovations and ideas to a wider audience and demonstrate together what is possible in the pursuit of a sustainable future."
The Prince of Wales' devotion to fighting the rising tide of climate change has clearly been passed on to the next generations of the royal family. Prince William has been instrumental in the Earthshot Prize, the most prestigious global environmental prize to discover and scale the solutions to the biggest challenges facing our planet.
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However, what really got fans talking was how a video of Prince William exposed a really odd habit of his. The video showed the royal typing on a typewriter, to reveal that he has written the introduction to Earthshot: How to Save our Planet, the authoritative book of The Earthshot Prize.
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