The future financial survival of the UK monarchy is dependent on the global warming industry's success. Charles is counting on millions to be paid to the Crown via offshore wind farm rental fees. Democrat Senator Shaheen says she also met with Prince Charles a month ago.
- climate change and energy policy.
“Prince Charles has been a longtime advocate for clean energy and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions," Shaheen said. "He has led efforts to bring governments and non-governmental organizations together with the business community to stress the importance of addressing global climate change. I met with him in March to discuss the role of the United States in the climate change debate, and I look forward to another productive discussion next week.”
Shaheen is the chairwoman of the Foreign Relations Subcommittee on European Affairs as well as a member of the the Energy and Natural Resources Committee and the Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship."...
10/24/10, "'It is wholly inappropriate that the Palace should have such a direct interest in a subject like windfarms, given Prince Charles's obsession with renewable energy. It raises the question as to whether he is seeking to increase his own
each time he makes a favourable reference to wind power.'"
Reference: 12/31/10, "One's in the money! Why Prince Charles's secret 20-year campaign could make him the richest king in history," UK Daily Mail, G. Levy
Reference: 2/9/11, "UK's Prince Charles blasts climate-change skeptics," AP
1/29/11, "In China, the true cost of Britain's clean, green wind power experiment: Pollution on a disastrous scale," UK Daily Mail.