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Prince William Calls for Climate Action at Tusk Awards

On Monday, the Tusk Conservation Awards were held in London, with Britain’s Prince William in attendance.

The awards, which recognize conservationists striving to safeguard wildlife in Africa, were presented on Monday night to three conservationists: Jealous Mpofu of Zimbabwe, Ekwoge Abwe of Cameroon, and Fanny Minesi of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Prince William, who is a longtime supporter of the Tusk charity, called for climate action in his speech.

“Those living in Africa emit just a quarter of the emissions than that of the average global citizen,” said the Prince. “Yet the African continent is set to incur disproportionate loss and damage from climate change. But we do have the power to change this. And the stories you’ve heard tonight provide both optimism and hope.”


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