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Prince William: Before you travel into space, save the planet.

London (AP) Prince of the United Kingdom. William It has criticized some of the world’s richest people for trying to solve problems on Earth instead of using their wealth for a new space race and space tourism.

William Gave voice of that The disapproval was broadcast in an interview with the BBC on Thursday, a day after the former “Star Trek” actor. William Shutter. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos became the oldest person to fly in space in a funded rocket.

“We need some of the world’s greatest minds and brains to try to fix this planet, not to find another place and try to live.” William, Which is the second number on the British throne.

Wednesday, 90 years old. Schatner., Best known for his role as Captain James T. Kirk in the 1960s television series “Star Trek,” flew briefly into space with Bezos space travel company Blue Origin. Billionaires Elon Musk and Richard Branson are also pumping resources into their space ambitions.

Asked if he would like to be a space tourist, William “I’m not interested in going to that height,” he said.

“Once I got to 65,000 feet on a plane, it was really scary.” William, Who served in the Royal Air Force as a helicopter pilot. “That’s too much.”

William, Formally known as the Duke of Cambridge, was talking further about climate change. of that The inaugural Earth Shot Environmental Awards ceremony begins on Sunday and at the end of the month in Glasgow, Scotland, two weeks before the UN Climate Summit.

During a star-studded ceremony at Alexandra Palace in London, which will feature five sustainability projects, each will win مل 1 million (35 1.35 million). William Will be added by of that Wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge. The awards take their cue from the Moonshot Challenge, which President John F. Kennedy set in 1961 for the United States to bring humans to the moon by the end of the decade – a challenge that was completed eight years later.

The winners will be selected by a committee comprising veteran broadcaster David Attenborough, actor Cate Blanchett and World Trade Organization director Nogozi Okonjo Iola.

William, Which is mired in all environmental problems. of that Life through strong interest of that The father, Prince Charles, and his late grandfather, Prince Philip, expressed concern about the world that his own children would inherit.

He said it would be a “complete disaster” if his 8-year-old eldest son, Prince George, who he said was “well aware” of how resources affect the planet, was 30 years old. The same issues have to be raised during the period.

“Young people are now growing up where their future is threatened almost all the time.” William Said. “It’s very disturbing and you know, it’s annoying.”

Comments from are echoing. of that Father William Urged world leaders to put the words into practice at the UK Climate Summit in Glasgow, called COP26.

“I think the COP will discuss very clearly and very honestly what the problems are and what is going to be solved. This is important.” William Said.

The summit is scheduled for October 31-November. 12. Many environmentalists have called it the last chance in the world to change the tide in the fight against climate change.

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