The Duke of Cambridge will pay the amount of £50 million in total over the 10 years for the winners, because of the solutions they are providing they are providing for the environmental challenges which are the biggest in the world.
By announcing the fresh details about the globe, William said: “urgency with optimism really creates action”.
William also said in an interview with Sir David Attenborough of BBC: “I felt very much that there’s a lot of people wanting to do many good things for the environment and what they need is a bit of a catalyst, a bit of hope, a bit of positivity that we can actually fix what’s being presented. And I think that urgency with optimism really creates action.”
“And so the Earth shot Prize is really about harnessing that optimism and that urgency to find solutions to some of the world’s greatest environmental problems.”
“We believe that this decade is one of the most crucial decades for the environment and by 2030 we really hope to have made huge strides in fixing some of the biggest problems the Earth faces.”