Wednesday, 20 July 2022 / Published in News, Statement
Dr Jane Goodall weighs in on Australia’s State of the Environment Report, highlighting the most important solution of all. Renowned conservationist, Dr Jane Goodall, has weighed in on the recently released State of the Environment Report. Goodall has said that the report is a sobering acknowledgement that human impacts on the environment continue to see
Introducing the brand-new Jane Goodall Barbie doll! This incredible Barbie is the newest honouree in the Inspiring Women series – and the first doll in Mattel’s Barbie collection made from recycled ocean-bound plastic.  Created in partnership between Mattel and the Jane Goodall Institute, the Jane Goodall Barbie doll inspires generations of changemakers to make a
Tchimpounga Rangers look at map
“IT IS THE MISSING PIECE OF THE PUZZLE IN CONSERVATION, PROTECTING ENDANGERED SPECIES AND NATURE ITSELF. WE MUST ALL COME TOGETHER TO ENSURE WE PROTECT THE RANGERS THEMSELVES ON THE FRONT LINE.” –DR. JANE GOODALL Every day, park rangers risk their lives to protect wildlife and wild places from poaching and other threats. Sadly, it’s
Wednesday, 09 March 2022 / Published in Conservation, End Wildlife Crime, News, Team Updates
This week we’re celebrating just a few of the thousands of incredible woman who make up the Jane Goodall Institute Australia (JGIA) family – and beyond! After yesterday’s starter with Roots & Shoots Tasmania Coordinator, Vineeta, today we introduce you to policy powerhouse Zara Bending. Fighter for wildlife, award-winning lecturer, passionate animal activist, prolific published
Our famous founder is one of many bold, brilliant, game-changing women at the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI). From the youngest Roots & Shoots members to our global CEO, we are very lucky to have countless curious, compassionate female leaders among us. All courageously committed to creating hope in their communities for the future of our
Friday, 04 March 2022 / Published in Conservation, Jane, News, Wildlife Trade
“We must face the shocking fact that we’re living through the sixth great extinction in the history of life on planet Earth. “Fortunately we’re beginning to tackle the problems that we’ve created. We’re beginning to use our extraordinary intellect to put things right. People are waking up and realising that if we don’t take action
Wednesday, 02 March 2022 / Published in Jane, News, Peace
“I Jane Goodall, stand with the brave President and his people of Ukraine as they fight so courageously, and with such determination, to protect their homes, families and country from unprovoked aggression.” ~ Jane Goodall, DBE Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute shares her thoughts on the conflict in Ukraine. In
Tuesday, 01 March 2022 / Published in Conservation, End Wildlife Crime, News, Wildlife Trade
By Zara Bending, Board Director, JGIA​​​​​​ The President of the Republic of Malawi, H. E. Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera has issued a statement joining Angola, Costa Rica and Gabon in calling for an additional Protocol under the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organised Crime (UNTOC) on preventing and combating illicit wildlife trafficking: “Malawi is determined to sustain its global reputation as
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