Harry Returns to Britain for Final Formal Obligations
Prince Harry returned from Canada to the United Kingdom to begin today a series of formal obligations before setting out in his new life outside the British royal family.
The 35-year-old prince arrived, according to British media, on Tuesday evening to Edinburgh to launch through his organization “Travelist” a system of classification to assess the environmental impact of air travel and tourist stays on the environment.
Prince Harry was criticized for traveling on private planes, but he defended himself during the launch of “Trafalest” last fall, asserting that he was traveling on commercial flights in 99% of cases, but sometimes he had to travel on a private plane in order to ensure ” The safety of “a family.
This time, the British media showed him leaving a train at Edinburgh station from London with a hat on his head and carrying a bag on his shoulder after crossing the Atlantic on a commercial flight.
Today, The Duke of Sussex is in Scotland – one of the world’s fastest growing tourist destinations – to hear what they’re doing to put sustainability at the forefront of holidays that protect the environment and support local communities.
The number of tourists globally is rapidly rising, and based on an increasing desire from travellers, The Duke’s international partnership Travalyst is working to ensure the industry can better support communities that face increasing challenges of overcrowding, pollution, and the climate emergency. Supporting these communities means preserving these destinations for everyone.
By harnessing the power of travel, which accounts for 1 in 10 jobs globally, generating nearly $9 trillion annually, and is at the heart of connecting people and culture, tourism can lead the way in supporting communities and protecting the environment.
Founding partners @Bookingcom, @Skyscanner, @Trip, @TripAdvisor and @Visa_US are working with The Duke, backed up by consumer demand, to transform travel and tourism globally so that every holiday people take, every trip they book, can have a positive impact on the destinations they visit.
Prince Harry will make a series of official commitments, as Friday Jon Bon Jovi will attend the famous “Abbey Road” studios, for a song for “Invictus” games, a sports competition between wounded soldiers from around the world created at the initiative of Prince Harry.
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Harry and his wife, former actress Megan Markle, have been staying in a luxury home in Canada with their son Archie since the beginning of the year.