RE:TV is a showcase for inspiring innovations and ideas that point the way towards a sustainable future, curated by editor-in-chief, His Royal Highness The Prince Of Wales.
Towards sustainable markets
The Sustainable Markets Initiative aims to lead and accelerate the world's transition to a sustainable future by putting Nature, People and Planet at the heart of global value creation.
It is time to align sustainable solutions with funding in a way that can transform the marketplace. I am greatly encouraged that the members of my Sustainable Markets Initiative are starting to lead the way.
A new economic model
In sustainable markets, the economy operates in favour of people and planet while contributing to growth and prosperity. To achieve this we need three major market transformations:
A dramatic shift in corporate business models
An aligned, incentivised and mobilised financial system
An enabling environment that attracts investment and incentivises action
A new film shows HRH The Prince of Wales in his Highgrove garden talking about his passion for nature.
Getting finance in shape for COP26
Mark Carney, UN Race to Zero campaign and COP26 Presidency launch net zero financial alliance with world's biggest banks, asset owners, asset managers and insurers.
The Prince of Wales holds a Roundtable meeting with Commonwealth leaders
The first in a series of regional Roundtables in which HRH is engaging in partnership with Commonwealth leaders on economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, accelerating action on climate change and scaling sustainable investment opportunities.
Prince Charles ‘touched’ to win gold medal on last day of visit to Greece
The Prince of Wales has been awarded the City of Athens Gold Medal of Honour during an official two-day visit to Greece.
Prince Charles is aiming to get 50 million people reliable and sustainable water sources by 2030
The Resilient Water Accelerator will bring together governments, the private sector, development banks and agencies to help fast-track finances towards protecting vital water services from climate and health threats.