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Prince William Reunites With Michael Bloomberg At Earthshot Prize Event

Prince William cut a neat figure as he spoke during a meeting with Earthshot Prize winners, finalists and several members of the Earthshot Global Alliance at the Glasgow Science Center in Scotland on Tuesday morning.

The Duke of Cambridge, 39, who will also be joined by some members of The Earthshot Prize Council, donned a smart black suit decorated with a poppy as he embarked on a busy day of engagements on the second day of COP26.

The meeting will provide award winners and finalists with an opportunity to meet industry leaders and experts as they improve their innovative solutions to the world’s biggest environmental challenges.

William was also reunited with former New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, 79, with whom he had previously joined forces to warn of “environmental devastation” and push for “decisive action” to tackle climate change. in a piece co-written for USA today.

The American politician, one of the world’s richest men with an estimated wealth of over 60 billion US dollars (£46.3 billion), who joined the royal family’s ambitious environmental initiative as a global advisor to the Earthshot Prize winners, is hosting today’s event.

Prince William cut a neat figure as he attended a meeting between Earthshot Prize winners and finalists and various members of the Earthshot Global Alliance in Glasgow on Tuesday morning.

Prince William cut a neat figure as he attended a meeting between Earthshot Prize winners and finalists and various members of the Earthshot Global Alliance in Glasgow on Tuesday morning.

American politician Michael Bloomberg, one of the world's richest men with an estimated wealth of more than US$60 billion (£46.3 billion), who joined the royal family's ambitious environmental initiative as a global advisor to the Earthshot Prize winners, is hosting today's event.  Pictured, with Prince William

American politician Michael Bloomberg, one of the world's richest men with an estimated wealth of more than US$60 billion (£46.3 billion), who joined the royal family's ambitious environmental initiative as a global advisor to the Earthshot Prize winners, is hosting today's event.  Pictured, with Prince William

American politician Michael Bloomberg, one of the world’s richest men with an estimated wealth of more than US$60 billion (£46.3 billion), who joined the royal family’s ambitious environmental initiative as a global advisor to the Earthshot Prize winners, is hosting today’s event. Pictured, with Prince William

Prince William and American businessman Michael Bloomberg, second right, stand with Earthshot award winners and finalists from left, Vidyut Mohan for Clean Air, Vaitea Cowan for Fix our Environment and Sam Teicher for Revive our Oceans

Prince William and American businessman Michael Bloomberg, second right, stand with Earthshot award winners and finalists from left, Vidyut Mohan for Clean Air, Vaitea Cowan for Fix our Environment and Sam Teicher for Revive our Oceans

Prince William and American businessman Michael Bloomberg, second right, stand with Earthshot award winners and finalists from left, Vidyut Mohan for Clean Air, Vaitea Cowan for Fix our Environment and Sam Teicher for Revive our Oceans

The Global Alliance is an unprecedented network of philanthropists, NGOs and some of the world’s largest companies and brands representing 3.6 million employees worldwide who together will help support and scale the innovative and breakthrough solutions developed by the winners and finalists of the Earthshot Prize.

Later, the winners and finalists of Prince William and The Earthshot Prize will attend an important gathering of world leaders taking place at COP26.

During the Accelerating Clean Technology Innovation and Deployment session in one of the plenary rooms, Prince William will address the assembled world leaders and introduce the winners and finalists of the inaugural Earthshot Prize Awards, which took place on October 17.

The royal will be joined on stage by India’s 15-year-old Vinisha Umashankar, the youngest Earthshot Prize finalist.

Prince William takes the stage as he delivers a speech at a meeting with Earthshot award winners and finalists

Prince William takes the stage as he delivers a speech at a meeting with Earthshot award winners and finalists

Prince William takes the stage as he delivers a speech at a meeting with Earthshot award winners and finalists

The Duke of Cambridge speaks with American businessman Michael Bloomberg ahead of a meeting with Earthshot award winners and finalists at the Glasgow Science Center on the sidelines of the COP26 UN climate summit

The Duke of Cambridge speaks with American businessman Michael Bloomberg ahead of a meeting with Earthshot award winners and finalists at the Glasgow Science Center on the sidelines of the COP26 UN climate summit

The Duke of Cambridge speaks with American businessman Michael Bloomberg ahead of a meeting with Earthshot award winners and finalists at the Glasgow Science Center on the sidelines of the COP26 UN climate summit

Vinisha’s solar-powered ironer is a clean alternative to the charcoal street irons that press clothes for millions of Indians every day.

Concerned about burning charcoal for the health of her local irons and the impact on air quality across India, her solar-powered invention means that five hours of sunshine can power the iron for six hours.

Extra mobility means merchants can sell both on the doorstep and on the road, and built-in top up and charging points also bring additional revenue.

Vinisha’s example shows that by innovating today, the next generation can create a cleaner tomorrow.

Prior to the session, the winner and finalists of the Fix our Climate Earthshot will show their groundbreaking solutions on stage in the plenary room.

The Duke of Cambridge donned a smart black suit decorated with a poppy as he embarked on a busy day of engagements on the second day of COP26.  Pictured speaking to a group prior to meeting with Earthshot award winners and finalists

The Duke of Cambridge donned a smart black suit decorated with a poppy as he embarked on a busy day of engagements on the second day of COP26.  Pictured speaking to a group prior to meeting with Earthshot award winners and finalists

The Duke of Cambridge donned a smart black suit decorated with a poppy as he embarked on a busy day of engagements on the second day of COP26. Pictured speaking to a group prior to meeting with Earthshot award winners and finalists

The royal was also seen donning a protective face mask while speaking to a group ahead of a meeting with Earthshot award winners and finalists

The royal was also seen donning a protective face mask while speaking to a group ahead of a meeting with Earthshot award winners and finalists

The royal was also seen donning a protective face mask while speaking to a group ahead of a meeting with Earthshot award winners and finalists

The meeting will provide award winners and finalists with an opportunity to meet industry leaders and experts as they improve their innovative solutions to the world's biggest environmental challenges.  Pictured is Prince William speaking to a group prior to meeting Earthshot award winners and finalists

The meeting will provide award winners and finalists with an opportunity to meet industry leaders and experts as they improve their innovative solutions to the world's biggest environmental challenges.  Pictured is Prince William speaking to a group prior to meeting Earthshot award winners and finalists

The meeting will provide award winners and finalists with an opportunity to meet industry leaders and experts as they improve their innovative solutions to the world’s biggest environmental challenges. Pictured is Prince William speaking to a group prior to meeting Earthshot award winners and finalists

The Duke of Cambridge spoke to award winner for Fix our Climate, Vaitea Cowan (pictured)

The Duke of Cambridge spoke to award winner for Fix our Climate, Vaitea Cowan (pictured)

The Duke of Cambridge spoke to award winner for Fix our Climate, Vaitea Cowan (pictured)

William was also reunited with former New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, 79, with whom he had previously joined forces to warn of “environmental devastation” and push for “decisive action” to address climate change. suits in a piece co-written for USA Today. Together in the picture

This includes Enapter’s Thailand, Italy and Germany-based AEM Electrolyser, who last month won the Earthshot Prize to fix our climate and won £1 million for their ingenious green hydrogen technology that has the power to transform the way we do our homes and buildings. power to transform and fuel our transportation.

Bangladesh-based finalist SOLbazaar will showcase the technology behind the world’s first peer-to-peer energy exchange network and Reeddi Capsules for their solar-powered energy capsule transforming clean energy across Nigeria.

Following this, Prince William will join the Earthshot Prize winners and finalists to meet high-ranking government representatives from some of the winners and finalists’ countries.

This informal meeting will be an opportunity for all of them to engage directly with their governments about their ambitious plans to scale up their solutions.

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