Our Founder, The Prince of Wales has delivered a virtual keynote speech to launch the start of Climate Week NYC. Run in coordination with the United Nations, Climate Week brings together international figures from the private, public and philanthropic sectors to discuss climate action.
The countryside is a vital natural asset and its contribution to our everyday life cannot be underestimated. The Prince’s Countryside Fund (PCF) and The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund support the rural economy, raise awareness and celebrate the values of the countryside.
The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund has made a major grant in support of The Rare Breeds Survival Trust (RBST) Farm Parks Project. This project seeks to develop breeding programmes, knowledge transfer initiatives between Farm Parks and promotional campaigns to highlight the importance of Rare Breeds.
Oceans are a significant part of everyday life. The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund is delighted to have supported Atlantic Salmon Trust and The Prince of Wales’s International Sustainability Unit at World Resources Institute, to inspire action to protect the ocean and sustainable use of marine resources.
As we reflect on World Environment Day and focus on biodiversity, we highlight our work in support of The Prince of Wales’s long-standing advocacy for the natural environment, climate change and the health of the planet.
Researchers at Oxford University have been supported by The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund to develop the world’s smallest radar ‘backpack’ tracking tag for pollinator insects and a computer model for predicting pollinator behaviour.