(NUKU & ALFA, Tonga) – The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex have dedicated two forest reserves in Tonga as they continue their journey through the South Pacific.
Prince Harry said Friday that Tonga is leading by example and that it "deeply understands" the impact of environmental changes because the islands are directly affected. Speaking at Tupou College, Harry said that planting trees and conserving forests is a simple but effective way to improve the environment and protect wildlife.
The couple is on day 11 of a 16-day tour in four countries. On Friday night, Harry and his wife Meghan will return to Australia for the final days of the Invictus Games, which Harry founded in 2014. The games provide the wounded and injured military and veterans with the opportunity to compete in sports such as basketball in Wheelchair.