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Prince Harry discussed ‘climate fear’ in forum with Archewell partner Stanford University

Prince Harry discussed ‘climate fear’ with psychiatrists and doctors this weekend as part of a ‘realizing a compassionate planet’ forum.

The Duke of Sussex, 37, who currently lives in his $14 million California mansion after retiring from royal duty last year, joined the virtual discussion Friday in conjunction with Archewell partner Stanford University.

AN tweet shared by the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University account reading: ‘Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, welcomed Realizing a Compassionate Planet delegates to a talk on climate health and mental health, facilitated by Dr. James Doty. ‘

A second tweet posted: “Doctors, psychiatrists and compassionate scientists have explored the nuances and meanings of climate anxiety, including Dr. Chitra Venkateswaran, founder of the Mehac Foundation, and Sally Weintrobe, fellow of the British Psychoanalytical Society.’

The appearance came days after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle promised Archewell will be net-zero by 2030, hours after the Queen failed to mention her grandson the Duke in her deeply personal COP26 speech.

Prince Harry, 37, discussed 'climate fear' with psychiatrists and doctors this weekend as part of a 'realizing a compassionate planet' forum

Prince Harry, 37, discussed ‘climate fear’ with psychiatrists and doctors this weekend as part of a ‘realizing a compassionate planet’ forum

Meanwhile, a slideshow shared by the university of the lecture featured phrases such as, “Consider others as ourselves” and “I believe you can do it, focus on the Earth.”

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle attended prestigious Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, in February 2020, weeks after announcing their intention to step down from royal duty.

At the time, it was reported that they attended “brainstorming sessions” with several “professors and academics” from the university, who helped them work on the concept and creation of their new charitable organization.

In December, they announced that the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University would be one of the organizations supported by their Archewell foundation.

The Duke of Sussex, 37, who currently lives in his $14 million California mansion after retiring from his royal duty last year, took part in the virtual discussion in conjunction with Archewell partner Stanford University

The Duke of Sussex, 37, who currently lives in his $14 million California mansion after retiring from his royal duty last year, took part in the virtual discussion in conjunction with Archewell partner Stanford University

The Duke of Sussex, 37, who currently lives in his $14 million California mansion after retiring from his royal duty last year, took part in the virtual discussion in conjunction with Archewell partner Stanford University

Meanwhile, a slideshow shared by the university of the lecture featured phrases such as, “Consider others as ourselves” and “I believe you can do it, focus on the Earth.”

The Duke was joined by 'doctors, psychiatrists and compassionate scientists during the virtual meeting'

The Duke was joined by 'doctors, psychiatrists and compassionate scientists during the virtual meeting'

The Duke was joined by ‘doctors, psychiatrists and compassionate scientists during the virtual meeting’

When they announced the partnership last year, they said they were exploring techniques to “develop compassion and foster altruism within individuals and society.”

Last week, the Queen failed to mention Prince Harry in one of her most personal speeches ever at the opening of the world summit to discuss action on climate change.

Her Majesty addressed world leaders with a powerful plea praising Prince Philip and gushing over Prince Charles and Prince William for continuing her late husband’s work to protect “our fragile planet.”

Hours later, the Duke and Duchess shared a mission statement on their Archewell Foundation website.

The pair will work with an “independent consultant to monitor all Archewell-related activity” from the outset to “understand our collective footprint.”

His appearance on the forum came days after the Queen failed to name her grandson the Duke in her intensely personal COP26 speech

His appearance on the forum came days after the Queen failed to name her grandson the Duke in her intensely personal COP26 speech

His appearance on the forum came days after the Queen failed to name her grandson the Duke in her intensely personal COP26 speech

Harry and Meghan posted to Archewell, noting that they have “actively made choices to offset and balance their carbon footprint,” but that “almost every activity in daily life results in the release of carbon into the atmosphere.”

They added that they will look at ‘what they eat’ and ‘how often they eat it’, as well as their commute and use of heating and electricity to reduce their footprint.

His latest appearance comes when royal pundits demanded Prince Harry rip up his £112 million Netflix deal and take a stance on The Crown’s portrayal of Princess Diana.

Royal biographer Angela Levin criticized the Duke of Sussex for “didn’t find his voice” over the streaming giant’s controversial portrayal of his mother.

It comes after Princess Diana’s friend Jemima Khan withdrew her support for The Crown over the “disrespectful” script after she broke up with the show’s creator.

Levin, author of Harry: A Biography of a Prince, told The Sun: “Harry has been absolutely silent about Netflix.

“He should tear up the deal and stand up for his mother. What’s more important? Money or defending his mother? It’s amazing that he can’t find his voice in this.’

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle signed a deal with the streaming service last year for their new production company to make documentaries, feature films, scripted shows and children’s programs.

It comes as another royal pundit said today that the creators of Netflix’s The Crown have stuck “two fingers” at the royal family by casting the stepdaughter of IRA supporter Roy Greenslade in the role of Countess Mountbatten.

Penny Junor said Natascha McElhone, 51, was not responsible for “her stepfather’s sins.” But she said another actress should have been considered due to the sensitive nature of the role.

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