The Duchy of Cornwall will feature in a two part documentary series airing on ITV later this year. Produced by BBC Studios to mark The Prince of Wales’ 50th working year as Duke of Cornwall, the two part programme will include interviews with His Royal Highness himself, as well as Alastair Martin, Secretary and Keeper of the Records to the Duchy of Cornwall. For the past year, a film crew have followed Duchy staff, tenants and their communities throughout England and Wales to tell the story of the estate and the people who define it.
The Duchy of Cornwall has revealed its achieved Gold Carbon Literate Organisation status, after over half of its employees have become individually certified as Carbon Literate by The Carbon Literacy Project. The news follows the Duchy sharing its ongoing work with agricultural tenants to bring down the Estate’s emissions in order to achieve net zero by the early 2030s.Read more
The Duchy of Cornwall has revealed how it is supporting farming tenants and land managers to achieve a net zero Estate by the early 2030s. This will contribute to the delivery of the Estate’s vision of Sustainable Stewardship for Communities, Enterprise and Nature.Read more
Last weekend, the Duchy of Cornwall commenced work on the Wistman’s Wood expansion and regeneration landscape scale plan. The plan, which has been in the making for over two years, works with natural processes to expand Wistman’s Wood to bring about its increased resilience and enhance the surrounding areas.Read more