Kate Middleton visited the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, London, on Wednesday as part of her big green project, the Earthshot Prize.
All dressed in green, in keeping with the theme of the day, Kate Middleton walked the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, London on Wednesday. As part of their great green project, the Earthshot Prize, the Duchess and her husband Prince William met with students from a primary school in the British capital to discuss environmental issues. The Cambridge doubles were joined by London Mayor Sadiq Khan, TV presenter Steve Backshall and two-time Olympic rowing champion Helen Glover.
History’s most prestigious global environmental award
The event, Generation Earthshot, which was designed to encourage children to “generate big, bold ideas to fix the planet,” took place on Sunday before the first Earthshot prizes were presented. It is with great ambition that the Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge Foundation launched the first edition of this award dedicated to environmental protection. The purpose of the “Earthshot Prize” is to provide financial support to projects that will “spur change over the next ten years and help repair our planet”.
Endowed with £50 million over ten years (approximately 55 million euros), the Earthshot Prize is “the most prestigious global environmental award in history”. Over ten years, it will award at least 50 solutions “to the world’s biggest environmental problems by 2030”.
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