Prince William has written the introduction to the book Earthshot: How to Save Our Planet, to be released on September 30. This book, written by co-authored by Colin Butfield and Jonnie Hughes, will be a companion to the 10-year-long Earthshot Prize initiative, founded by the Duke of Cambridge.
Its pages will highlight the urgency of the environmental challenges faced by the planet, showcase studies and feature contributions from the award’s council members.
Given William’s commitment to environmental causes and long-term projects, royal author Duncan Larcombe, believes William is now the “Royal Family’s star performer”.
The Duke, the commentator continued, is “focusing on where he needs to be and where the Royal Family needs to be over the next 25 years”.
Speaking to OK! Magazine, Mr Larcombe said of the Earthshot book: “People should look at William’s foreword as the manifesto of a future king.
“He’s putting himself absolutely at the forefront of the environmental movement.”
Highlighting how William’s project looks at the future, Mr Larcombe added: “We’ve got a society now where Greta Thunberg and young people are calling for urgent action.
“When William becomes king, those young people will probably be around the age William is now so the environment is a very useful cause for William to associate himself with.”
The Duke of Cambridge launched the Earthshot Prize in October last year.
The project will…