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Financial services group Friends Provident has just announced that Prince Charles made the strongest impact on saving the environment.

Prince Charles came out top of the list for his organic food, followed by Bono for his fundraising, and in joint 3rd place were Anita Roddick (founder of The Bodyshop), the former Prime Minister Tony Blair and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Tom and Barbara from the 70s sitcom The Good Life made it to 6th place, beating fashion gurus Anya Hindmarch and Stella McCartney – despite their sterling efforts to introduce trendsetting eco bags and clothes.

He does deserve to be on top; the man’s been busy busy busy, and of course, it’s not just his organic food line he’s involved with. From making lifestyle changes, reducing his carbon footprint, and making sure his home is energy-efficient, Prince Charles has also expressed concern about the world’s rainforests. He recently gave a speech at the Business in the Community (BITC) Awards For Excellence and encouraged companies to be more responsible and prevent the destruction of rainforests.

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