Dr Jane Goodall will be 84 years young on Tuesday the 3rd of April. As loyal supporters, we know that you will join us in celebrating Jane, and the life that she has devoted to our natural world. In honouring Jane, what greater gift could you give than to let her know that she has inspired you to take
Our Roots & Shoots teams across Australia celebrated Earth Hour on Saturday the 24th of March as a time to switch off and support climate action. Australia is home to some of the world’s most iconic and breathtaking natural landscapes and wildlife, but like many of the natural wonders of the world, we’re facing massive
JGIA expresses our heartfelt condolences to Ol Pejeta Conservancy for the loss of Earth’s last male Northern White Rhino, Sudan. Sudan’s passing leaves his daughter and granddaughter, Najin and Fatu, the final two of their subspecies. You may recognise Sudan from iconic photographs of him under 24-hour guard, his profile on popular dating apps designed
In case you missed it, for a bit of fun, take a moment to see the reaction of primates from the couch on Australia’s favourite TV program, Gogglebox, as they watch JANE the National Geographic documentary, now available and free for 30 days on the National Geographic App. Once you’ve seen this documentary for yourself,
What an extraordinary year this has been so far for women’s rights, and on the 8th or March, we stood beside Dr Jane Goodall, UN Messenger of Peace, to celebrate UN International Women’s Day. UN Women and this video celebrate the rural and urban activists who have transformed the lives of women around the world.