The same publication reports Ms Figueres, who played a key role in the 2015 Paris climate agreement, as saying: “Netflix has been a leader on producing valuable content to educate on environmental issues. It is therefore disappointing that they air negative messages on the very same day as the Earthshot Prize.”
Former UN political strategist Tom Rivett-Carnac, who sits on Netflix’s advisory group and advises the Earthshot team, complained to the streaming service’s leadership.
He said: “The remarkable finalists and winners of the Earthshot Prize are changing the world. They deserve all attention and recognition so the timing of this release from Netflix, a sustainability content leader, is profoundly disappointing.”
Footage of the upcoming documentary about Harry and Meghan shows the couple is prepared to tackle the topic of their rift with the Royal Family head on.
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