Prince Harry paid a special tribute to his grandfather Prince Philip in a video for World Earth Day.
The Duke of Sussex flew to the UK last week to say goodbye to his grandfather, leaving pregnant wife Meghan and son Archie at home in California.
He stayed with his family for a few days when he reunited with them for the first time since the explosive Oprah interview that revealed the ramifications within the royal family that led the couple to travel to the United States.
Now the 36-year-old is back home and is working on environmental issues again.
A video was released today with a statement that Harry wanted to follow in the footsteps of the Duke of Edinburgh in his conservation role.
He said: “As we now approach an era of global recovery and regeneration, it is critical that we continue to see strengthening and protecting biodiversity, not just as a value we hold, but as a responsibility we hold is of vital importance to us. ” our lifestyle.
“On Earth Day, I reflect on generations of conservationists, including my late grandfather, and I am proud and energized to continue my contribution to this legacy.
“This year especially, I am joining the incredible team at African Parks and communities around the world to work together for our environment and collective well-being.”
The clip highlights the conservation work carried out in Africa and was posted on Twitter by friend Omid Scobie on the occasion of World Day.
The author of Finding Freedom said, “Prince Harry shared a re-release of @AfricanParks'” Hope Starts Here “for #EarthDay.
“The video shows the importance of providing national parks and protected areas with resources to provide essential items such as clean air and water, food security, jobs, education and health care.
“Harry has been President of @AfricanParks since 2017 and is currently helping them grow to 30 managed national parks by 2030 (they currently manage 19 parks in 11 countries).”