These three countries are important and longstanding partners of Britain in a very important region and the visit will promote Britain’s diplomatic, commercial interests. As you all know, His Royal…

Paul and Anne Ehrlich's report is a timely and urgent reminder of how the collapse of civilizations has, in the past, been caused by the degradation of Nature's services, and how that process is now…

Having visited Tasmania so recently, and retaining countless fond and happy memories of all those we met, my wife and I were profoundly saddened to hear of the appalling bushfires which have caused…

The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya, where The Duke of Cambridge spent some time on his gap year, suffered a recent loss of five rhinos to poachers. Many experts highlight that Africa’s rhinos…

The 2011-2012 accounts for The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation (PWCF) show that is has been another strong year for the PCF with charitable spend up from £5.5m to £6.7m.  The accounts also…

It hardly seems possible that it is now thirty-seven years since Papua New Guinea gained its independence an occasion at which I was honoured to represent The Queen. I can still vividly recall the…

Following the publication of our 2012 Annual Review, several British newspapers reported that The Prince of Wales had received an 11 per cent “pay rise” from the Government, primarily to meet the…

On Saturday 21st April the Daily Mail reported that the Royal Family had been accused of hypocrisy by residents living near land where the Crown Estate had given permission for wind turbines to be…

The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall are shocked and deeply upset by the tragic death of Polish President Lech Kaczynski, Madame Kaczynski and many others at Smolensk airport this morning…

"The Prince and Duchess are deeply touched by the invitations from the Sovereigns of Norway, Sweden and Denmark to visit their countries and to celebrate with them Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond…