Prince Charles made a rather moving speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Wednesday. The Duke of Cornwall made it clear that he cares deeply for the future of his two sons and his grandchildren, George, Charlotte, Louis and Archie

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Prince Charles makes moving climate change speech

"Everything I’ve tried to do and urge over the past 50 years has been done with our children and grandchildren in mind, because I did not want to be accused by them of doing nothing except prevaricate and deny the problem," the 71 year old Duke expressed. 

"Now, of course, they are accusing us of exactly that. So put yourselves in their position, ladies and gentlemen, we simply cannot waste any more time. The only limit is our willingness to act and the time to act is now," Charles urged.

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Prince Charles met with Greta Thunberg 

Prince Charles also got to meet young climate change activist Greta Thunberg at the event and praised the work she is doing for the world. "[Greta] is remarkable. She represents one of the main reasons why I’ve been trying to make all this effort all these years," Charles said in an interview with CNN after the event