RE:TV New Series
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RE:TV highlights some of the inspiring innovations and ideas that are emerging in response to the climate and biodiversity crisis.
RE:TV was announced at the World Economic Forum at Davos in January 2020 by His Majesty King Charles III (then HRH The Prince of Wales) alongside the Sustainable Markets Initiative. Both are inspired by his long-standing commitment to environmental issues.
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