I love that people are starting to pay attention to him now.
I have never been a 'royals' follower but when Charles started promoting sustainable farming/businesses, communities and the like, back in the 80s everyone just laughed at him. You could say he was green before green was cool.
It is my understanding that the employees that work for those businesses such as highgrove earn a living wage - which in my opinion - is an important part of the whole sustainable movement. For more info check out this link:
I love how summarizes the problem with pure "conservation" of nature: "[...] recognize that oasis of conservation amidst the deserts of industrialised intensification are inherently unsustainable long term." You cannot extract parts of an ecosystem and hope it will survive without the rest of the ecosystemic supports.
Paul, when are you interviewing him for your podcast?