H.R.H. Prince Charles receives official invitation from French President Francois Hollande, to address the Summit of Conscience for the Climate, 21st July 2015, Paris.

London, 28 May 2015 Ségolène Royal, Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, was in London on Thursday 28 May as part of preparations for the UN Climate Change Conference taking place in Paris in December 2015 (COP21). At a meeting at Clarence House, the Minister presented HRH The Prince of Wales with an official invitation from President Hollande to speak at the Paris conference. Speaking to the UK media, the Minister said: “I know that The Prince of Wales is sincerely committed to environmental issues and sustainable development. His voice counts on the international stage.” The Minister also invited The Prince of Wales to a “Summit of Conscience for the Climate” taking place in Paris on 21 July. The summit, which will be opened by President Hollande, will bring together 20 to 30 key ethical and religious figures who will explain how their faith, philosophy and vision of the world have led them to take action to protect the planet. The Minister also met with her UK counterpart Amber Rudd, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, to discuss France and the UK’s ambitions for COP21 and the progress of international negotiations ahead of the Paris summit.

London, 28 May 2015
Ségolène Royal, Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, was in London on Thursday 28 May as part of preparations for the UN Climate Change Conference taking place in Paris in December 2015 (COP21).
At a meeting at Clarence House, the Minister presented HRH The Prince of Wales with an official invitation from President Hollande to speak at the Paris conference. Speaking to the UK media, the Minister said: “I know that The Prince of Wales is sincerely committed to environmental issues and sustainable development. His voice counts on the international stage.”
The Minister also invited The Prince of Wales to a “Summit of Conscience for the Climate” taking place in Paris on 21 July. The summit, which will be opened by President Hollande, will bring together 20 to 30 key ethical and religious figures who will explain how their faith, philosophy and vision of the world have led them to take action to protect the planet.
The Minister also met with her UK counterpart Amber Rudd, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, to discuss France and the UK’s ambitions for COP21 and the progress of international negotiations ahead of the Paris summit.Info & photo  courtesy French Embassy London, with thanks.