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Jane Goodall - Climate Change, Environmental Conservation, and the Place of Empathy in Science

Dame Dr. Jane Goodall, Primatologist and Founder, The Jane Goodall Institute, Roots & Shoots

25-Nov-19 08:05

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Jane Goodall - Climate Change, Environmental Conservation, and the Place of Empathy in Science

Dame Dr. Jane Goodall, a name that needs no introduction in the field of primatology and wildlife conservation, tells us on the Breakfast Grille, what inspired her to protect chimpanzees and some of the challenges she faced as a woman in this field of science in the 1960s. She also reminds us that despite the real challenges of conservation and climate change, we should remain hopeful and optimistic as change can happen if we all play our part.

Presented by: Lyn Mak


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Tags:  primatologyenvironmentwildlifeconservationchimpanzeesSocial Issues


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