Prince Charles has a passion for environmental causes—but he isn't the only one.
In a heartfelt essay about climate change, which was published as the cover story for Newsweek, the Prince of Wales opened up about its harmful effects and encouraged communities to work together to combat this crisis. In the piece, he explained, "That inspiring call to action remains prescient today, but in a different context and a different conflict—our battle against climate change to create a cleaner, safer and healthier planet for future generations."
Charles also highlighted his family's efforts and impact, making note of his late father Prince Philip's commitment to preserving nature and wildlife through the World Wildlife Fund. The royal also praised his sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, for doing their part in the fight against climate change.