FAQs with Jane: What can we do every day to make a difference for people, animals and the environment?
Dr. Jane says that the most important thing that each and every one of us can do everyday is to think about the consequences of the choices that we make, and how those decisions can impact other people, animals and the environment.. In this video, Dr. Jane discusses some specific decisions we should consider.
Dr. Jane hopes that young people all over the world will join Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots, the Jane Goodall Institute’s global environmental and humanitarian youth program. Today, there are hundreds of thousands of Roots & Shoots members in more than 130 countries working to improve the world for people, animals and the environment. If you are interested in learning more about Roots & Shoots and how you can get involved, please visit rootsandshoots.org.
After learning of Nelson Mandela's death on December 5, Dr.
President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Larry Summers, Buzz Aldrin, David Axelrod, Jane Goodall, and Arianna Huffington, Join Social Entrepreneurship Leaders from Ashoka to Address Critical Issues Across the Americas.
This October, after a short stop in Toronto, Canada, Jane made her way to the San Francisco Bay Area for a number of inspiring events. Her visit began with a lecture to staff at Clif Bar & Company about sustainable food practices and the importance of conservation. Prior to her remarks, Jane met with the company’s founders, Gary Erickson and Kit Crawford, and Kevin Cleary, the company’s chief executive officer, for a tour of the Clif Bar facility.