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Q and A: Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed bin Talal, the vegan Saudi prince investing his millions in sustainable solutions
by Elizabeth McSheffrey
National Observer Translate This Article
24 February 2017
On 24 February 2017 National Observer reported:
Saudi Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed is the son of one of the wealthiest men in the world and comes from a country of billionaire elites who have amassed great fortune from oil reserves. But the 38-year-old businessman, an avowed vegan and animal lover, is determined to leave a cleaner, greener mark on this earth than other members of the Saudi royal family.
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In National Observer's recent interview, Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed also said:
''You don't have to be a rocket scientist or scientist to understand that climate change is real. I've seen the data out there and it is worrying, honestly. . . . when a lot of people speak about the climate they say: 'The world is going to end, it's very dangerous, and we're hurting the environment.' Sure, we're hurting the environment, but at the end of the day, we're only hurting ourselves.''
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To learn more about Prince Khaled's work on climate, sustainability, and clean energy, read National Observer's feature, Meet the vegan Saudi prince who's turning the lights on in Jordan.
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