He's also heavily involved in The Prince's Rainforests Project.
What does PRP stand for?
PRP stands for Prince's Rainforests Project (UK)
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uk /multimedia THE PRINCE'S RAINFORESTS PROJECT The Prince's Rainforests Project works with governments, businesses and individuals to increase global recognition of the contribution of tropical deforestation to climate change and to find ways to make the rainforests worth more alive than dead.
Amateur photographers invited to submit works of the rainforest Budding amateur environmental photographers have until February 28 to submit their work of the rainforest to The Prince's Rainforests Project (PRP) Award.
The climax on Friday night was a concert in support of The Prince's Rainforests Project at the Eden Project, headlined by Paul Weller and Florence And The Machine.
Charles was speaking at the first screening of his YouTube film featuring cameo appearances from Princes William and Harry, a number of celebrities and an animated frog in the 90-second clip to boost awareness of the Prince's Rainforests Project.