January 16, 2022

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Prince William criticizes millionaires in space tourism instead of “fixing this planet”

“The best brains and minds in this world should try to fix this planet first, not try to find the next place.” On Thursday, October 14, Prince William criticized the race for space travel, calling for a focus on the planet’s issues instead.

In an interview with the BBC (Link in English) Held ahead of the first edition of its Earthshot Prize on Sunday to provide solutions to the climate crisis, the Duke of Cambridge also urged world leaders to take action to address it.

The critique comes after a few minutes of space travel on Wednesday by the actor of the cult series Star Streak William Shatner on a rocket from the Blue Origin during the second drone flight of Amazon founder American billionaire Jeff Bezos. The latter wants to establish itself as a major player in the desirable space tourism industry, where British billionaires Richard Branson and American Elon Musk are also competing. A trip without William, who was once a helicopter pilot Absolutely not interested. ”

Ahead of the United Nations Climate Conference, COP26 is scheduled for October 31 in Glasgow (Scotland), with Prince William calling on world leaders not to be complacent. “Beautiful Lyrics”. “The things I experienced, the best outdoors, the landscape, the environment, it should always be for my children, not just for my children, but for everyone’s children.”, he said.

“If we are not careful, we will steal our children’s future by what we do now.”, He insisted. “It would be a complete disaster.” George, William’s eldest son, must find himself “Talking to you in thirty years, repeating the same things, because by then it will be too late.”, The prince added.

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Prior to COP26, Prince William, next in line to the British throne, joined his father Prince Charles’ climate appeal, whose long-term action he praised in support of the environment. In an interview with the BBC on Monday, Charles, 72, expressed concern that international leaders could meet in Glasgow. “Just talk” During COP26, instead of taking action to drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions caused by global warming.