Dr. Jane Goodall

"What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make."

"Change happens by listening and then starting a dialogue with the people who are doing something you don't believe is right."

"Farm animals are far more aware and intelligent than we ever imagined and, despite having been bred as domestic slaves, they are individual beings in their own right. As such, they deserve our respect. And our help. Who will plead for them if we are silent? Thousands of people who say they ‘love’ animals sit down once or twice a day to enjoy the flesh of creatures who have been treated so with little respect and kindness just to make more meat."

Axworthy Lecture, Jane Goodall, Sept 11, 2015

Dr. Jane Goodall's Axworthy Lecture took place on September 11th at the University of Winnipeg. She delivered her powerful address, entitled "Sowing the Seeds of Hope," to a packed house of 2500.

Jane Goodall on Chimpanzee and Human Emotions

Primatologist Jane Goodall delivers a lecture on the similarities between chimpanzee and human emotions, preserving the environment, and hope.

Wild At Heart - PART 1/2 | London Real

Dr Jane Goodall is a primatologist, ethologist, and anthropologist who revolutionised the way we understand the animal kingdom by observing wild chimpanzees.

A United Nations Messenger of Peace, Jane Goodall is one of the most respected members of the world scientific community.

In 1957 at the age of 23 she sailed to Kenya and later travelled to Tanzania to live in the wild with a colony of chimpanzees. There she made groundbreaking discoveries regarding the use of tools, hunting behaviour, leadership, emotions and language.