Jane Goodall

Lisbon, Portugal: 104th Rotary International Convention

Jun 26 2013

REGISTRATION IS HANDLED BY ROTARY INTERNATIONAL. PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT THE JANE GOODALL INSTITUTE ABOUT REGISTRATION. 

Dr. Goodall will be giving a lecture on June 26, 2013, at the Rotary International Convention during the Plenary Session four from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 

 

Dr. Jane Goodall Awarded Prestigious Premi International Catalonia Award

Jane Goodall receives 27th Catalunya International Award for her contribution to humankind

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To see a recording of the award presentation, please visit here.

For Immediate Release: BRINGCOM PARTNERS WITH THE JANE GOODALL INSTITUTE TO IMPROVE CONNECTIVITY FOR FLAGSHIP SITES

WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 22, 2015) – Fifty-five years ago, when Jane Goodall arrived on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, her communications technology was limited to some notebooks and a supply of pens and pencils.  Today, the work Dr. Goodall started continues at Gombe Stream Research Center, providing data for countless studies and as well as critical information about habitat health and land use.

Dr. Goodall's Statement on Abandoned New York Blood Center Chimps

On Tuesday, July 21, hominoid specialist and Change.org petition starter, Dr. Brian Hare will deliver 185,000 petition signatures to the New York Blood Center (NYBC) headquarters in New York City. Dr. Hare, along with the Jane Goodall Institute, the Humane Society of the United States and nearly 30 other partners are urging the Center to reinstate funding for the lifetime care of 66 chimpanzees in Liberia previously used for medical research, abandoned by the NYBC in March.

55 Years at Gombe: Q and A With Jane on Growth of Life's Work

In 1960, anthropologist Louis Leakey sent Jane Goodall, a 26 year old native of England with no college degree or scientific experience, to Africa with a mission: learn everything she could about wild chimpanzees. Leakey hoped that information on chimpanzees would shed light on human’s evolutionary past. But for Goodall, studying the chimpanzees just to learn more about them was reward enough.

55 Years at Gombe: Q and A With Jane on Origins of Life Work

In 1960, anthropologist Louis Leakey sent Jane Goodall, a 26 year old native of England with no college degree or scientific experience, to Africa with a mission: learn everything she could about wild chimpanzees. Leakey hoped that information on chimpanzees would shed light on human’s evolutionary past. But for Goodall, studying the chimpanzees just to learn more about them was reward enough.

Make a Difference: Dr. Jane Goodall

Stunning new video narrated by Dr. Jane Goodall. With special thanks to award-winning director Steve Gordon of Untitled Films.

For Immediate Release: JANE GOODALL’S LONG TERM WILD CHIMPANZEE STUDY MARKS 55TH ANNIVERSARY

Research continues over five decades after famous primatologist first arrived in what is now Gombe National Park.

 

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