King Charles III has called for a collective and united approach towards mitigating climate change challenges.
The King who continued his tour of duty in Kenya spoke at the British High Commissioner’s residence where he called for partnerships in protecting the planet and addressed the need for concerted efforts to tackle climate
His visit in the country’s capital ended Wednesday ahead of his visit to the coastal city of Mombasa.
The Kariokor Common Wealth war graves marked the first stop of his Majesty King Charles III and Queen Camilla.
Here they paid tribute at the commonwealth war graves in honor of those who died serving the carrier corps, a regiment whose name and legacy left its mark on the Kariokor District of Nairobi after the first world war of 1914 to 1918.
The Majesties also had a chance to meet with war veterans.
He would then proceed to Karura forest for an exhibition of conservation measures and tree planting ventures by the Kenya Forest Service under the Ministry of Environment and Forestry.
He proceeded to plant a tree at the VIP tree planting site domiciled at the forest.
The Majesty King Charles III and Queen Camilla are expected in Mombasa on Thursday.