Clarence House releases a statement after Prince Charles receives backlash for flying via private aircraft to make speech about lowering aircraft emissions: "The prince is not personally involved in decisions around his transportation arrangements." https://t.co/nC9Ye4ElUv pic.twitter.com/SAq8AOajQE— Channel24 (@Channel24) February 3, 2020
- he flew from Highgrove to Cambridge,
- he launched the UK centre for low carbon aviation there and spoke about lowering aircraft emissions,
- his trip most probably produced 2.5 tonnes of carbon emissions and costed no less than £12 00,
- Clarence House released a statement,
- apparently Charles does not make the decision as to how he travels and he works so much he sometimes has to fly,
- Charles also ensures all carbon emissions are offset every year.