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Jane Goodall on Empathy and How to Reach Our Highest Human Potential. Had the pleasure to hear Dr. Jane Goodall speak at Trinity university sept 24th

Jane Goodall on Empathy and How to Reach Our Highest Human Potential

Jane Goodall on Empathy and How to Reach Our Highest Human Potential. Had the pleasure to hear Dr. Jane Goodall speak at Trinity university sept 24th

vintagenatgeographic:  Jane Goodall, National Geographic

vintagenatgeographic: Jane Goodall, National Geographic

Women in Science - Jane Goodall Poster on www.amightygirl.com

Women in Science - Jane Goodall Poster on www.amightygirl.com

"If you really want something, and really work hard, and take advantage of opportunities, and never give up, you will find a way." - Jane Goodall

"If you really want something, and really work hard, and take advantage of opportunities, and never give up, you will find a way." - Jane Goodall

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"The least I can do is speak out for those who cannot speak for themselves." -- Jane Goodall

Jane Goodall's Wild Chimpanzees

"The least I can do is speak out for those who cannot speak for themselves." -- Jane Goodall

jane goodall pictures | Jane Goodall; The Woman Who Redefined Man: Biography

jane goodall pictures | Jane Goodall; The Woman Who Redefined Man: Biography

Jane Goodall

Jane Goodall

Sylvia Earle and Jane Goodall Create Tapestry of Hope. 2015 Mission Blue founder and National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Sylvia Earle visited the Petit Palais in Paris on Monday, presenting alongside legendary primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall about their message of hope for the planet and the launch of their new map created by Esri called the Tapestry of Hope.

Sylvia Earle and Jane Goodall Create Tapestry of Hope. 2015 Mission Blue founder and National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Sylvia Earle visited the Petit Palais in Paris on Monday, presenting alongside legendary primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall about their message of hope for the planet and the launch of their new map created by Esri called the Tapestry of Hope.

jane goodall - female british scientist most famous for her groundbreaking work researching and observing chimpanzees for 45 years. jane is also an author, environmentalist, as well as a un messenger of peace. she tours the world 360 days out of the year, giving lectures on conservation and animal welfare issues.

jane goodall - female british scientist most famous for her groundbreaking work researching and observing chimpanzees for 45 years. jane is also an author, environmentalist, as well as a un messenger of peace. she tours the world 360 days out of the year, giving lectures on conservation and animal welfare issues.

Jane Goodall with one of her research subjects in the Gombe National Park in northern Tanzania

Jane Goodall with one of her research subjects in the Gombe National Park in northern Tanzania

TOP 10 Things to know about Jane Goodall

TOP 10 Things to know about Jane Goodall

"And if, one by one, we help them, the hurting animals, the desperate humans, then together we shall alleviate so much of the hunger, fear, and pain in the world. Together we can bring change to the world, gradually replacing fear and hatred with compassion and love.  -Jane Goodall

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"And if, one by one, we help them, the hurting animals, the desperate humans, then together we shall alleviate so much of the hunger, fear, and pain in the world. Together we can bring change to the world, gradually replacing fear and hatred with compassion and love. -Jane Goodall

Jane Goodall - Named by her biographer as “the woman who redefined man,” Jane changed the perceptions of the connections between primates and people. Born in 1937, she traveled to Tanzania at the age of 23 to enter the world of the chimpanzee bringing little more than a notepad and binoculars. With patience, she was able to enter the world of the chimpanzee, be accepted as one of them, and learn more than ever imagined.

Jane Goodall - Named by her biographer as “the woman who redefined man,” Jane changed the perceptions of the connections between primates and people. Born in 1937, she traveled to Tanzania at the age of 23 to enter the world of the chimpanzee bringing little more than a notepad and binoculars. With patience, she was able to enter the world of the chimpanzee, be accepted as one of them, and learn more than ever imagined.

You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make." -Jane Goodall

You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make." -Jane Goodall