Jane Goodall

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Jane Goodall: 60 years of research, activism and inspiration

Sixty years ago, in July 1960, Goodall arrived in what is now Gombe National Park, Tanzania, to begin her groundbreaking research on chimpanzees, and ever since, Goodall has been advocating for conservation of the natural world. Goodall believes COVID-19 emerged "entirely because of our disrespect for animals and the natural world.”

Environment

Jane Goodall on the future of primatology

Fifty years ago, Jane Goodall first walked into Gombe National Park in Tanzania. She talks about the changing political, environmental and ecological landscape in which she has dedicated her life's work of studying the interactions of wild chimpanzees.

Environment

Jane Goodall on the future of primatology

Fifty years ago, Jane Goodall first walked into Gombe National Park in Tanzania. She talks about the changing political, environmental and ecological landscape in which she has dedicated her life's work of studying the interactions of wild chimpanzees.

Environment

Jane Goodall: 60 years of research, activism and inspiration

Sixty years ago, in July 1960, Goodall arrived in what is now Gombe National Park, Tanzania, to begin her groundbreaking research on chimpanzees, and ever since, Goodall has been advocating for conservation of the natural world. Goodall believes COVID-19 emerged "entirely because of our disrespect for animals and the natural world.”