The Prince of Wales is to address delegates to UN climate talks in Paris again today, speaking on the subject of forest protection.
Charles' speech comes as delegates focus on efforts to cut emissions from deforestation.
Experts warn agriculture, forestry and land use are responsible for almost a quarter of man-made greenhouse gas emissions, and action to tackle the problem is a key part of curbing climate change.
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The Prince of Wales said world companies 'pay no attention' to the damage their supply chains cause to forests.