The Duke of Sussex says there is “a race against time” to halt global warming, adding that he is “troubled” by climate change deniers.
“I don’t believe that there’s anybody in this world that can deny science,” he said.
He called it “an emergency”, adding “the world’s children are striking” after teenage activist Greta Thunberg led a worldwide protest on Friday.
Prince Harry is visiting Botswana as part of a tour of southern Africa.
He went on to say there had been scientific evidence of climate change for at least 30 years.
“And it’s only getting stronger and stronger,” he added.
Harry too has struck the right note in his comments about mental health and the need to mobilise more effectively against climate change.
Even young Archie did his bit with a happily headline-stealing appearance when the family went to visit Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
As Harry struck out on his own to Botswana, Angola and Malawi he is entitled to feel that everything, so far, has gone according to plan.
Prince Harry is on an official tour with the Duchess of Sussex and their baby son Archie, who was introduced to the renowned anti-apartheid campaigner Archbishop Desmond Tutu in South Africa on Wednesday.