The 2011 Jane Goodall Global Leadership Awards were presented on September 24, 2011. This year's winner for Excellence in Public Policy was The Honorable George Miller, U.S. Representative, California, 7th District. This award honors an individual who uses his or her position as an elected official or public servant to support policies that ensure a better future for our natural world.
The 2011 Jane Goodall Global Leadership Awards were presented on September 24, 2011. This year's winner for the Excellence in Education Award was Renée Gunther. This award recognizes a teacher who exhibits leadership and excellence in his or her work to help preserve our natural world, protect animals and benefit our human community.
The 2011 Jane Goodall Global Leadership Awards were presented on September 24, 2011. This year's winners for the Roots & Shoots Youth Leadership Award were Lauren Gibson from Carmel, Ind. and Adam Anthony from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. This award honors an individual (aged 13-26) who demonstrates leadership and excellence through his or her work to help preserve and protect our natural world.
The 2011 Jane Goodall Global Leadership Awards were presented on September 24, 2011. This year's winner for Excellence in Conservation Science was Esri. This award is given to a company or organization dedicated to developing innovative research and technology to protect and restore our natural world and to improve the well-being of all who live in it.
The board and staff of the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) are deeply saddened by the passing of Nobel laureate and Kenyan conservationist Dr. Wangari Maathai, a longtime friend of the Institute and a member of Jane Goodall’s International Advisory Council.
Join the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) and Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots as we celebrate International Youth Day!
For the past two decades, Dr. Jane Goodall and JGI have supported the efforts of young people across the globe who are making this world a better place for people, animals and the environment through Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots, JGI’s international youth program.
View the Jane Goodall Institute's 2010 Form 990 (Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax).
This is the story of Mugu Moja, a juvenile chimpanzee who is getting a fresh start in Uganda’s forest after JGI rescued her from a steel jaw trap. Over the past five years, JGI-Uganda has successfully freed and provided medical attention to 18 chimpanzees injured by steel jaw traps and snares—a 100 percent success rate for each chimpanzee intervention conducted since 2007!
Help Us Save Chimps From These Traps - www.janegoodall.org/snare
Want to know what it's like on tour with Dr. Goodall? Join John Trybus, JGI manager of tour outreach and public relations, for a live chat, Thursday, September 8 at 3 p.m. EDT.