Prince Philip’s commitment to conservation and the climate crisis in Guatemala’s dry corridor

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Prince Philip’s commitment to conservation and the climate crisis in Guatemala’s dry corridor” – below is their description.

On today’s Daily Climate Show, we remember the Duke of Edinburgh for his commitment to the conservation of nature throughout his life.

We also have a special report from our Chief Correspondent Stuart Ramsay on the front line of the climate crisis in Guatemala’s dry corridor and look at how Bangladesh is adapting to climate change.

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