Prince Charles Pens Children’s Book on Climate Change

Prince Charles Pens Children’s Book on Climate Change

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His Royal Highness Prince Charles of Wales has co-authored a children’s book on climate change, with the work being written in collaboration with two leading environmental campaigners, Tony Juniper and Dr. Emily Shuckburgh.

British newspaper The Daily Mail said that the decision of the prince to author the Ladybird children’s book was ‘extraordinary,’ revealing how the 52-page work was a guide through which young people could gain an insight into climate change and understand global warming’s terrible effects.

His Royal Highness Prince Charles of Wales is known for his concern about climate change and global warming. He was invited to the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2015, which was held in Paris, where he addressed the issue alongside experts on the subject.

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