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LONDON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (NOVEMBER 20, 2019) (REUTERS) ***WARNING: CONTAINS FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY*** BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH SEATED AT AWARD CEREMONY / NATURALIST AND BBC PRESENTER DAVID ATTENBOROUGH AND QUEEN SMILING (SOUNDBITE) (English) BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH, SAYING: "As patron of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, I am delighted that members have awarded this year's Chatham House prize to Sir David Attenborough and the Blue Planet II team. Sir David, this award recognizes your many talents and one can't help but feel that for those of us of a certain generation we can take great pleasure in proving age is no barrier to being a positive influence. Your ability to communicate the beauty and vulnerability of our natural environment remains unequalled as you and your team have engaged and enthused many people, young and old, to appreciate and preserve our world's oceans. For that we should all be thankful. I congratulate you and all involved in this endeavour." / QUEEN HANDING PRIZE TO ATTENBOROUGH AND HEAD OF BBC STUDIOS NATURAL HISTORY UNIT JULIAN HECTOR, QUEEN, ATTENBOROUGH AND HECTOR POSING FOR PHOTOGRAPHS ATTENBOROUGH STANDING AT PODIUM, BOWING TO QUEEN, GIVING SPEECH (SOUNDBITE) (English) NATURALIST AND BBC PRESENTER DAVID ATTENBOROUGH, SAYING: "Never has there been a greater need for international cooperation and international solutions. They won't be easy to win. Politicians have to look to the people who elect them, who will assume that they will be number one on the list. That cannot remain to be so. We are citizens of the world and we must recognise that and international cooperation, which is the subject of this great organisation is of paramount importance. If this international organisation considers that what we have done in the natural history unit has in some way helped spread an awareness of the problems that face the world, that in some way will convince the population of the world that we all belong to one world and just the one world belongs to all of us, then this award pleases me more than I can say and I'm most grateful to receive it. Thank you very much." / ATTENBOROUGH WALKING BACK TO SEAT, SMILING (SOUNDBITE) (English) HEAD OF BBC STUDIOS NATURAL HISTORY UNIT, JULIAN HECTOR, SAYING: "We are in the era of the big story, the big story is about big change and every age has its stories to tell and we're living through the greatest and most urgent of all, the era of climate change and environmental damage, where scientists warn of a long tail even as we act. No one is immune to the upheaval caused by a shifting climate, it is vital we recognise what is happening, explain with clarity and vision and then tell stories of hope and transformation." ATTENBOROUGH AND THE QUEEN LISTENING
Dateline: 2019

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