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  Prince Charles, interviewed for RE:TV

  CLIMATE CHANGE 'CONTENT PLATFORM'

  The Prince of Wales has launched his own web-based

  “content platform”, as he turned editor-in-chief to share

   videos and stories to save the planet from climate change. 

   The Prince has curated a series of films and articles on

   subjects close to his heart for RE:TV, an online channel

   designed to “champion inspiring solutions from around

   the world”. As he launched [IT], the Prince also delivered

   a speech at the opening of Climate Week, in which he

   argued leaders must develop a “Marshall-like” plan to

   be on a “war-footing to save the planetHe said

   countries must now work together “approaching our

   action from the perspective of a military-style

   campaign”, to combat this most grave and urgent

   challenge”.

   The new online platform will cover the same issues,

   with subchannels named Re:Imagine • Re:Energize,

   Re:Balance, Re:Invigorate, and Re:Invest. It currently

   has more than a dozen short films and articles to

   “inform and inspire audiences about sustainability”,

   with more due to be added weekly at re-tv.org.

   

 "WE HAVE REMAINED INDIVIDUALLY TOO GREEDY     

  TO DISTRIBUTE THE SURPLUS ABOVE OUR

  SIMPLE NEEDS, AND COLLECTIVELY TOO STUPID

  TO PILE IT UP IN ANY MORE USEFUL FORM THAN

  THAT OF A TRADITIONAL MOUNTAINS OF ARMS"


   ...those words from Jacob Bronowski remain as true of the human  

      condition today as they were when they were first written for his book

      The Commonsense of Science in 1951.

    [TIME] methinks for ME•WE to [RE]act 'ACCORDINGLY'

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Comment by Michael Grove on September 24, 2020 at 9:20

  [IT] IS NOW four years since I first posted this ... 

  ALL THAT IS POLITICS AND ECONOMICS TODAY

Comment by Michael Grove on September 24, 2020 at 9:35

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