Charles to tell COP26 delegates to be on ‘war-like footing’ to tackle climate change – Diverse Bulletin

The Prince of Wales, 72, will make the militaristic comment during COP26’s opening ceremony later today. Charles is expected to say: “We have to put ourselves on what might be called a war-like footing.”

According to reports, the future King will also tell delegates in Glasgow there is a need for a “vast military-style campaign to marshal the strength of the global private sector with trillions at its disposal”.

But the Prince, who has been campaigning for the world to tackle climate change for decades, has used similar language before.

When Charles delivered a video message to Climate Week NYC last year, he demanded a “Marshall-like plan for nature, people and the planet.”

Charles made the trip to Scotland’s largest city in anticipation of the summit after spending the weekend speaking to world leaders at the G20 summit in Rome.

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While Queen Elizabeth, 95, will not attend the climate change conference due to her health, Charles will be accompanied by his eldest son Prince William, 39, and the Duchess of Cambridge, 39.

However, the monarch is instead expected to deliver a pre-recorded video message from Windsor Castle.

The Times also reports the Government hopes the Prince’s attendance at the summit will help secure a global deal that will limit global warming to 1.5C.

During Charles’ recent visit to the Italian capital, the Duke of Cornwall met with chief executives from the world’s biggest fashion houses about how brands can become more sustainable.

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Speaking about today’s summit in Glasgow, the Prince of Wales said over the weekend: “COP26 begins in Glasgow on Sunday and quite literally it is the last-chance saloon.

“We must now translate fine words into still finer actions and as the enormity of the climate challenge dominates people’s conversations from newsrooms to living rooms.

“It is surely time to set aside our differences and grasp this unique opportunity to launch a substantial green recovery by putting the global economy on a confident sustainable trajectory and thus save our planet.”

After arriving in Scotland yesterday, Charles met with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

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Mr Bezos posted on Twitter: “The Prince of Wales has been involved in fighting climate change and protecting our beautiful world far longer than most.

“We had a chance to discuss these important issues on the eve of #COP26 — looking for solutions to heal our world, and how the @BezosEarthFund can help.”

World leaders and other COP26 delegates will meet alongside members of the Royal Family in Glasgow to discuss climate change until November 12.

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