The Prince's Speech is a stirring, thought-provoking, and ultimately hopeful call to action from one of the world's leading proponents of sustainable farming practices, His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.
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Sustainability, specifically in global food systems, is an issue the Prince has championed for decades. His speech addresses such issues as the growing global food shortage and wasteful contemporary agricultural practices that, over time, will deplete our soil, harm the workers who toil in the fields, and have cataclysmic impact on the global economy. In their stead he advocates organic farming and agricultural systems that are environmentally and economically resilient – systems, for the well being of future generations, must be adopted today.