There is no peace for Prince Harry. This time the Duke of Sussex was harshly criticized by detractors – those of the “Daily Mail” in the lead – because they were accused of not being faithful to his environmental aims. In fact, to participate in a polo tournament, for charity, the prince would have flown aboard a highly polluting private jet.
Harry and Meghan they have always professed to be fervent environmentalists. They were also awarded for their ecological commitment by the Population Matters organization.
However, the prince again ended up in the storm as he was accused of hypocrisy.
The “Daily Mail”Reported a news that is in evident contrast with the statements and pro-environment initiatives of the Sussex.
Harry aboard an expensive and environmentally damaging private jet
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In fact, apparently based on what the British newspaper, the prince, reported Harry would use a private jet from 45 million pounds to get to Aspen (Colorando), where a charity polo tournament was held.
The aircraft can emit up to 10 tons of CO2. The flight would take two hours.
It is not even the first time that Harry ends up in a fuss of controversy for such causes.
It had already happened in 2019, when he would have made four private jet flights in 11 days, one of them to attend a climate summit in Sicily.
The expert Tom Quinn he pointed out how “enormously hypocritical” all of this appears, given all of Harry’s speeches on climate change.
According to Quinn Harry sees himself as someone who leads the rest of the world, but his behavior is not relevant. Instead it is in a huge dead end, the expert pointed out.
Nor did he like the prince’s speech explaining that the polo tournament was organized as an initiative in favor of Sentebale, the foundation that helps young people in difficulty in southern Africa and of which the prince is the founder.
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According to many, it would not have been elegant to speak openly about charity towards vulnerable individuals such as, specifically, African children.
For now, come on Sussex no reply arrived.