The Duke of Cambridge has launched a £50 million environmental prize that willmake five £1 million awards each year until 2030 to solutions to environmentalproblems. A council of campaigners, diplomats and celebrities will decide onthe prizes. Speaking to Sir David Attenborough to mark the launch, PrinceWilliam said he had been inspired to take on environmental causes by the Dukeof Edinburgh and Prince of Wales. Prince Philip was closely involved with theWorld Wildlife Fund for several decades, and Prince Charles has often spokenabout his concern over climate change.
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Must credit: Kensington Palace The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge share a shortvideo clip of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis each askingSir David Attenborough a question about the natural world.
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Justin Timberlake has joined the celebrities endorsing Joe Biden in the U.S. election race, pressing his 59.4 million Instagram followers and fans to vote for a world where racism is "condemned, not tolerated".
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"We apologise for letting down our community", said a Facebook spokesperson after the company admitted that Instagram posts in support of #EndSARS were incorrectly labeled as misleading.View on euronews
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