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Prince Charles labeled Eco-Hypocrite as he arrives in the US to lecture on sustainability May 8, 2011

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Prince Charles labeled Eco-Hypocrite as he arrives in the US to lecture on sustainability

Written by Ann McElhinney & Phelim McAleer
Not Evil Just Wrong, 02 May 2011

Prince Charles is the latest to be exposed as an eco-Hypocrite in our short filmseries.

The Prince is coming to the US this week to speak at Georgetown University about “sustainability” so we decided to see just how he lives up to his own standards.

We’ve made a short film that exposes just how hypocritical the Prince is as he lives a fabulous, luxury life whilst lecturing the rest of us that we have to live with less.

PRINCE CHARLES HYPOCRITE exposes the double standard that is at the center of so much environmentalism.

It is a shocking viewing. It follows on from our exposure of James Cameron and Robert Redford and their hypocrisy.

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Royal twit wails again March 22, 2009

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Royal twit wails again

By the blogowner, honestclimate, March 22, 2009

Pop quizz:

Who is he?

-He employs two butlers, three chefs, two chauffeurs, one valet, five housekeepers and managers, and eight gardeners.

-His servant loads his toothbrush just the way he likes it and, on one occasion, had to hold a urine specimen jar for him.

-He’s never done an honest days work in his life.

-He is a man who left his beautiful, young wife to be with his horse.

-Also, he flies around the world in a private jet trying to convince us to lower our carbon footprints.

If you guessed Prince Charles you would be correct.

Here is the latest from the Prince of Wails Wales:

Prince Charles blue over green crusade

LONDON, (AFP) – Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, admitted in an interview published Sunday that he found it “depressing” that his frequent warnings over climate change had not been heeded.

The Prince of Wales added, though, that he was “delighted” that it seemed people had begun to realise that he had in fact been ringing the alarm over a serious issue and not “complete nonsense”.

“All I have been trying to do is remind people that we have to live and work in harmony with nature if we are to have any chance of surviving on this planet,” Charles told the Sunday Telegraph in the Galapagos Islands at the end of a 10-day tour of South America.

Asked if he was frustrated his warnings had not been taken seriously, he replied: “It is depressing. I am not doing this for myself but, as I keep saying, for everyone’s children and our grandchildren.”

Charles added, however, that “if now people are beginning to realise perhaps, after all, I wasn’t talking complete nonsense, then I am delighted.”

While in Brazil earlier this month, Charles said the current global financial crisis is “nothing” compared to the long-term impact of climate change, telling a meeting of Brazilian business leaders and officials: “We are, I fear, at a defining moment in the world’s history.”

Well Charlie boy, you have a carbon footprint the size of Africa, is it any wonder nobody takes you seriously??

Prince Charles launches climate change appeal in Chile whilst leaving a 322-tonne carbon footprint March 11, 2009

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Prince Charles launches climate change appeal in Chile whilst leaving a 322-tonne carbon footprint

By the blogowner, honestclimate March 11, 2009

The Prince wails again about climate change:

SANTIAGO (AFP) – Britain’s Prince Charles made an urgent appeal to raise awareness of climate change when visiting Chile’s capital during a Latin American tour.

“Facing these remarkable evidence of climate change, I’m afraid I must insist that if we want to leave our children a better world, we must act together, and we must act now,” the heir to the British throne said at dinner hosted by President Michelle Bachelet in his honor at La Moneda Palace late Monday.

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But the prince’s trip has had some criticism in the British press, with the newspaper saying he was using a hired private Airbus jet to fly just 14 people on his visit, leaving a 322-tonne carbon footprint.

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Britains “top climate scientist” declares we have only 100 months left to save the planet March 9, 2009

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Britains “top climate scientist” declares we have only 100 months left to save the planet

By the blogowner, honestclimate, March 9, 2009

I married my horse!

The Prince of Wales is to issue a stark warning that nations have “less than 100 months to act” to save the planet from irreversible damage due to climate change.

BACKGROUND

THE Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall began their ten-day tour of South America yesterday with the issue of climate change at the top of their agenda.

Prince Charles and Camilla arrived in Chile, but they will also visit Brazil, Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. Highlighting the issue of global warming is a major theme, and this week the prince will give a dire warning on climate change to the world.

Their chartered Airbus arrived at Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez airport close to Santiago. They were driven away in a limousine, followed by a motorcade of six cars.

Prince Charles says climate crisis trumps economy October 28, 2008

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Prince Charles says climate crisis trumps economy


From Yahoo News, October 28, 2008

“The credit crunch is rightly a preoccupation of vast significance and importance. But we take our eye off the climate crunch at our peril,” he said in a speech at a science museum in Tokyo.

The heir to the British throne is visiting the world’s second-largest economy for the first time since 1970, and his arrival coincides with plunging global markets and recession fears. But he has made saving the environment the theme of his trip, and spoke Tuesday after viewing exhibits related to global warming at Japan’s National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation.

He called on advanced nations to cut carbon emissions by 70 to 80 percent by the year 2050, saying “nothing less than a full-scale transformation to a low-carbon society is needed.”

The prince is in the midst of a four-day jaunt through the country, which coincides with the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Britain and Japan. He is due to visit a solar panel lab, meet ecology students and tour a sustainable forest site, before continuing on to Brunei and Indonesia.

His wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, is accompanying him on the Japan and Brunei portion of the trip.

Prince Charles received a warm welcome in front of the Tokyo museum on Tuesday, as dozens of schoolchildren waving British flags greeted his motorcade. He sprinkled some local dialect in his speech, beginning with “Ladies and gentlemen, konnichi wa,” using the Japanese phrase for “good afternoon.”

He also emphasized the business ties between Britain and Japan, and praised the country for its role in the adoption by many countries of the Kyoto Protocol, while emphasizing that further progress was necessary to stave off global warming.

The prince has increasingly used his publicity to highlight environmental problems. He has made efforts to cut his overall annual carbon dioxide production, including converting his 38-year old Aston Martin to run on bioethanol from surplus wine, while his Jaguars, Audi and Range Rover now take biodiesel made from used cooking oil.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081028/ap_on_re_as/as_japan_prince_charles

The Prince Wails again October 1, 2008

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The Prince Wails again…

What do you mean the sun causes climate change? NO way, humans do!

What do you mean the sun causes climate change? NO way, humans do!

Prince Charles: World is not acting quickly enough over climate change

From The Telegraph, September 30, 2008

He said the clock of climate change was ticking faster towards midnight. “We are simply not reacting quickly enough and we cannot be anything less than courageous and revolutionary in our approach to tackling climate change.

“If we are not, the result will be catastrophic for all of us, but with the poorest in our world hit the hardest,” he said in an interview in Weather, the magazine of the Royal Meteorological Society of which he is the patron.

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/main.jhtml?xml=/earth/2008/09/30/eacharles230.xml