The Prince’s Foundation, which was established in 2006, operates in an imaginative way, relying on a variety of partnerships that enable it to be more effective.
In 2006, Prince Albert II led a mission to the Arctic. He was following in the footsteps of his great-great-grandfather, Prince Albert I, who had studied the region of Spitsbergen a century earlier. While there, Prince Albert II compared what he saw with the photos taken by his ancestor, giving him a very real sense of the dramatic impact of climate change.
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