Run wild your land ma’am activists urge Britain’s Queen Elizabeth ahead of the COP26 summit

Run wild your land ma’am activists urge Britain’s Queen Elizabeth ahead of the COP26 summit




Environmental activists called on Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and other royals on Saturday to pledge to re-naturalize their vast estates – from planting more trees to converting – as Scotland prepares to host the COP26 global climate conference. Chris Packham, a well-known conservationist and broadcaster, is there with several hundred school children and a jazz band marched through central London to Buckingham Palace to deliver a petition signed by 100,000 people.

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Environmental activists called on Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and other royals on Saturday to pledge to re-naturalize their vast estates – from planting more trees to converting – as Scotland prepares to host the COP26 global climate conference. Chris Packham, a well-known conservationist and broadcaster, is there with several hundred school children and a jazz band marched through central London to Buckingham Palace to deliver a petition signed by 100,000 people.

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