Prince William Turns Interviewer In Davos With TV Naturalist Attenborough

Prince William Turns Interviewer In Davos With TV Naturalist Attenborough

Sir David will take to the WEF stage again on Tuesday to be interviewed by the Duke of Cambridge.

She had a day of meetings before that, including with Prince William, the Vice President of Peru Mercedes Araoz and the founder of the World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab, along with other country leaders.

Attenborough, whose natural history programmes include "Blue Planet II" and "Dynasties", said it was hard to overstate how urgent the climate crisis had become.

"We can wreck it easily".

"We are destroying the natural world and with it ourselves", he said.

"We are now so numerous, so powerful, so all-pervasive".

He urged people "not to waste the riches of the natural world on which we depend" and to respect the planet by not throwing away food or power.

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The former air ambulance pilot met Attenborough's praise of a helicopter pilot who helped achieve a camera shot for his new Netflix documentary series "Our Planet", by remarking "all helicopter pilots are very skillful, David".

"We have now to really be careful what we do because we can exterminate things without even knowing".

William will discuss the urgent challenges facing the next generation of environmental leaders with Sir David, who he has described as having "the single most important impact in my conservation thinking".

Reading from a list of prepared questions, William said: "Normally i have to endure people asking me questions, so it's nice to be turning the tables for once".

Asked by William about the conflict between environmentalism, capitalism and economic success, Sir David said: "Still it is seen by some people that in fact humanity and industrialised humanity in particular is in opposition to the natural world".

British naturalist David Attenborough speaks after receiving a Crystal Award for his environmental work.

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