World renowned primate specialist, Jane Goodall is an anthropologist and primatologist who has made one of the world’s most significant contributions to studies in chimpanzees. Dedicating her life to animals in Tanzania, as well as a number of philanthropic ventures with children, and activism for the environment, Dr Jane Goodall is unrivalled as a keynote speaker.
Most famously, Dr Jane Goodall is responsible for a sixty year continued study into the interactions of wild chimpanzees. Beginning the study in 1960, she took to the Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania and observed the dynamics of primate families, making ground breaking discoveries surrounding their likeness to human abilities and requirement for similar bonds to be created. Founding the Jane Goodall Institute in 1977, the aim was for it to support her research and expand to protecting the species across the world. Stemming from her initial foundation, Dr Jane Goodall has since founded similar projects to help orphaned chimps, build sanctuaries and continue conservation.
As a leading scientist, Jane has also become an activist and voice for the environment and the ethical treatment of animals. Dedicating her time to travel the world and spreading her insights into the future of the planet, she has spent decades encouraging others to be moved to action. Currently she is the patron of a number of charities that share her beliefs and works alongside the World Economic Forum to bring about environmental change. In 2002 she was named as United Nations Messenger of Peace, in recognition for her unrelenting work.
Making ground breaking discoveries, passionately campaigning and founding numerous non for profit organisations has led to a number of awards for Dr Jane Goodall to show appreciation for dedication. Her earliest praise came in 1980 when she received an Order of the Golden Ark for major contributions to nature conservation. She has since gone on to receive over one hundred honours for her achievements including: Award for Human Excellence, Dame Commander of the British Empire and Rainforest Alliance Champion Award.
With content that inspires change, motives to action and shares stories, Dr Jane Goodall is the complete package as a speaker. Compelling in her down to earth discussion, Goodall is a leading authority in primatology and anthropology, making her talks incomparable and of undeniable value to the audience. A keynote speech from one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World, is guaranteed to leave a lasting impression.
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