The Prince of Wales’s New Ladybird Book on Climate Change Takes Wing

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The Prince of Wales has co-authored a new Ladybird Expert book on climate change, available now, with fellow writers environmentalist Tony Juniper and climate scientist Emily Shuckburgh.

The book is the first in a series of Ladybird Expert books, which are written for an adult readership and produced in the iconic style of the original Ladybird books. The book explains the history, dangers and challenges of global warming and explores possible solutions to reduce its impact.

The front cover of the Climate Change book depicts a drawing, in classic 60’s Ladybird style, inspired by a photograph of the flooding in Uckfield, East Sussex, which occurred in October 2000. A recent government paper suggested that flooding will become more prevalent in the UK as climate change continues to increase sea levels and rainfall. So we are likely to see more Uckfields in future.

Emily Shuckburgh, Prince Charles, Tony Juniper

The Prince of Wales has worked to champion action for a sustainable future for more than four decades, and has launched many different sustainability initiatives. Read more about His Royal Highness’s environmental work here:

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