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Prince Charles Creates 322 Tons of CO2 On Environmental Tour

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Put down your afternoon tea…we have PRINCE CHARLES DRAMA!!

In the past, Ecorazzi has been pretty damn vigilant in showcasing all of the royal dude’s environmental initiatives. However, Charleseecakes is in hot water with some environmentalists over his latest project to help save our precious planet.

Charles will be embarking on a non-stop tour through South America next month as part of his crusade to battle global warming. To meet the demands of the 40 appearances he will make in just 10 days — Charles has decided to make the 16,400 mile trip in a luxurious private jet. 

While the entire tour’s emissions will be “offset,” the total price tag for the jaunt will be around $431,900 and release 322 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere. Oh, jeez! 

What do you think Ecorazzi readers? Should the Prince ditch his pimped out ride for something more energy-conservative, or is the goal of the mission worth pumping out all the CO2 into the atmosphere? Chime in and share your thoughts!! 

via: greendaily.com

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