Prince Harry shares a laugh with his father Prince Charles, Prince of Wales while arriving at the 2018 International Year of The Reef meeting held at Fishmongers Hall on Wednesday (February 14) in London, England.
The 33-year-old royal supported his father as he delivered a major speech about saving coral reefs, adding his blessing to help raise awareness of the cause for a new generation.
“This event is vitally important for while the world, apart from one or two outposts here and there, has begun to focus at last on the profound perils of climate change, little attention has been given to the increasingly devastating effect of climate change on the ocean and its bio-diversity,” Prince Charles expressed during his speech.
“The stakes are high and time is extremely short,” Charles added. “There can be no doubt that we are a critical tipping point. It is for me literally incredible and deeply irresponsible that people seem to have regarded theses losses as somehow just being the price of progress, rather than the arbiter of our vulnerability and the harbinger of our future.”
Prince Charles ‘International Year of The Reef’Original Article