The Prince of Wales said there needs to be an “extraordinary” global effort to fight the crisis. He warned the “clock was ticking” in the battle against climate change.
Prince Charles said now is the time for the world to unite in the same way it has done to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
The future King made his comments during an event hosted by the US think tank Atlantic Council on Thursday.
Prince Charles joined the Global Energy Forum via video link.
He called for a modern version of the post-war Marshall Plan.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Prince Charles has called for a post-war style plan to help tackle global climate change (Image: getty)
Prince Charles made his comments during an event hosted by the US think tank Atlantic Council (Image: Atlantic Council)
The Marshall Plan was a US programme which gave billions of dollars in aid to help rebuild Western Europe after the Second World War.
Prince Charles said a similar plan “is needed today on a global scale”.
The Prince of Wales also discussed his recently launched Terra Carta plan.
The Earth charter is a £7.3billion multinational recovery plan between some of the biggest firms.
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Prince Charles said there needs to be an “extraordinary” global effort to fight the climate crisis (Image: getty)
Prince Charles has asked signatories to agree to almost 100 actions in order to put sustainability first.
Referencing the Marshall Plan, Prince Charles said: “Nothing short... is needed today on a global scale to help economies and societies build forward faster and better from the pandemic while addressing the looming climate and biodiversity crisis.