[Translated from Italian] “So for one evening St James’s Palace, in the heart of London, opened its doors to 300 international exponents of the business world: from designer Stella McCartney to the CEO of NatWest, Alison Rose, to the UK president for Cop26 Alok Sharma, to the CEO of Heathrow Airport, John Holland-Kaye, and that of EY Carmine Di Sibio. And again: Jean-Laurent Bonnafé (BNP Paribas), Noel Quinn (HSBC), Ronald O’Hanley (State Street) and Pascal Soriot (Astra Zeneca) with Marc-Andre Blanchard of the Investor Leadership Network. As well as the US envoy for the climate problem, John Kerry. The heir to the throne explained to them the importance of acting now. And in a concrete way. Each one, in his own field of activity, can and must make his contribution. Looking ahead, Carlo is preparing for the Cop26 which will also be held in the United States in November (with the Pre Cop26 and the Youth Cop26 in Milan, Italy).”
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