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Charles gives stern warning on climate while in Rome

by Bill Bowder

PRINCE CHARLES said on Monday in Rome that the global economic crisis will be nothing in comparison with the coming impact of climate change unless urgent action is taken to avert global warming. The Prince, who also visited Pope Benedict XVI, was talking on Monday to the Italian Chamber of Deputies.

“I fear that any of the difficulties we face today will be as nothing when the full horror of global warming unfolds,” he said. “There are not enough words to express the emergency of ...

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