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William: 'The priority is to save the Earth, not space tourism'

2021-10-14T16:39:43.018Z

The prince invites great minds to find solutions (ANSA) "Entrepreneurs should focus on saving the Earth rather than space tourism." This is what Prince William suggested during an interview with the BBC on the occasion of the Eartshot prize, the prize awarded to five winners each year whose solutions help the environment. Speaking of the current space race and the drive to promote space tourism, the Duke of Cambridge said big brains should "try to fix



"Entrepreneurs should focus on saving the Earth rather than space tourism." This is what Prince William suggested during an interview with the BBC on the occasion of the Eartshot prize, the prize awarded to five winners each year whose solutions help the environment. Speaking of the current space race and the drive to promote space tourism, the Duke of Cambridge said big brains should "try to fix this planet and not try to find the next place to live." He then warned of an increase in "climate anxiety" among young people. "I think in the end that's what convinced me:it is really crucial to focus on this planet rather than giving up and going into space to try to think of solutions for the future. "William then specified that he has" absolutely no interest "in going into space, adding that" we should ask ourselves questions " on the cost of carbon in space flights. Then he recounted the difficulties encountered by his father, Prince Charles, when he raised the alarm on climate change: "It was a difficult road for him". The duke added that "it would be a disaster absolute if in 30 years Prince George was sitting here talking "about how to save the planet."we should ask ourselves some questions "about the cost of carbon in space flights. Then he recounted the difficulties encountered by his father, Prince Charles, when he sounded the alarm about climate change:" It was a difficult road for him. "The duke added that "it would be an absolute disaster if in 30 years Prince George was sitting here talking" about how to save the planet.we should ask ourselves some questions "about the cost of carbon in space flights. Then he recounted the difficulties encountered by his father, Prince Charles, when he sounded the alarm about climate change:" It was a difficult road for him. "The duke added that "it would be an absolute disaster if in 30 years Prince George was sitting here talking" about how to save the planet. 


Source: ansa

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