Prince Harry has announced the launch of a sustainable tourism campaign inspired by the Maori people of New Zealand, the Daily Mail revealed this Monday, May 9th.
In January 2020, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their intention to leave the royal family. A few months later, the two moved to California and seem very fulfilled. Far from royal obligations, they take the time to devote themselves to their respective ambitions. This Monday, May 9th, a video was posted on Youtube where we could see the Duke of Sussex playing a role that allowed him to subsequently announce his new project. Meghan Markle’s husband started one Sustainable Tourism Campaign, inspired by the Maori people of New Zealand. To do this, it has partnered with six major companies, including Google, TripAdvisor, Visa and Expedia. The initiative is called sky scanner and it aims to promote greener travel. A heart project. “Maori culture understands sustainable practices and takes better care of our land. These are essential lessons we can all learn, and that’s why I’m here with you.“, he claimed.
In a TV show, Prince Harry announced his project. According to him, New Zealand is a “Pioneer country of sustainabilityhe assured. He then shared a press release to share details.In a world where we’re tasked with rating so many things, we now ask: what if your destination rated you?“, we can read first.”Starting with the beautiful Aotearoa, we launch our first campaign. There is a well-known Maori proverb: Success is not the work of one but the work of many – we invite you to be one of many” he continues. Touched by Aotearoa, the Duke of Sussex says he’s been there several times.”I’ve always felt a deep connection and respect for the Maori people, which always makes me feel so welcome‘, he indicates, before specifying: ‘When I recently visited my wife, We were touched by the connections we made and the incredible memories we have of our time there“.
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