The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the stunning mountains of Northern Pakistan, where the stark effects of climate change and global warming are having a profound impact on the communities that call the region home.
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Kate will most likely be viewed grinning as she and the younger of us waggled their puppets collectively while a teacher conducted tune on a guitar.
The royal couple travelled by helicopter to the Bumburet valley in the Hindu Kush mountains of northern Pakistan and were given a colourful welcome by locals.
Kate and William later observed damage and emergency response drills in a village in Chitral that had been hit by floods due to glaciers melting. She also sported white, flat sneakers for the activity.
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Their briefing on glacial melting, climate change and its causes and implications was presented by Pakistani hydrometeorological and glacier expert Dr. Furrukh Bashir of the Pakistan Meteorological Department. On her first visit in 1991, her trip to Lahore lasted only six hours during which she visited the Kinnaird College straight from the airport, followed by King Edward Medical College, the Millat Tractor Factory, Allama Iqbal mausoleum, Badshahi Mosque and Lahore Fort.
Praising young people across the world who are "getting very engaged in what's going on", he said: "If we take too long about this we will lose numerous precious things we care about".
According to the glacier expert, there are more than 5,000 reasonable sized glaciers in the area but almost 70 percent of them are retreating due to global warming - this including the Chiatibo Glacier. Kate wished Iman, 12, Ibrahim, six, and eight-year-old Daniyal happy birthday and urged them to eat cake earlier today, delighting the children. "Whether in Pakistan or the United Kingdom or elsewhere on our planet, we face shared global challenges".
Adorable, isn't it. Kate and William's Pakistan visit will come to an end tomorrow.