King Charles: If we do not restore nature's economy, our survival will be threatened

King Charles told the COP28 summit that "our own survival will be at risk" if we don't "restore nature's economy", the Guardian reported.

The monarch said he was touched when asked to speak at the opening of COP21 in Paris, which culminated in the landmark Paris Agreement, adding: "I pray with all my heart that COP28 will be another critical turning point towards truly transformative action in a moment when already, as scientists have been warning for so long, we are seeing alarming tipping points that are reaching tipping points".

Charles argues that we are witnessing alarming tipping points and that he is deeply concerned that we are so far off track in efforts to tackle the climate crisis.

"If we do not quickly repair and restore the economy of nature, based on harmony and balance, which is our supreme sustaining factor, our own economy and survival will be threatened," he added./BGNES