Jane Goodall


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English zoologist noted for her studies of chimpanzees in the wild (born in 1934)

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Jane Goodall, renowned primatologist, humanitarian and UN Messenger of Peace, has been awarded a medal celebrating the 60th anniversary of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
VP, Director of Africa Field Programs The Jane Goodall Institute
Statistics from the Jane Goodall Institute UK showed that during a 12-month period, 15,000 carcasses passed through the markets of Brazzaville in the Congo, of which 293 were chimpanzees.
But new primate research (including Jane Goodall's findings) shows that chimps do the same.
Now on a visit to the United Arab Emirates to acknowledge outstanding students' work to preserve the environment, Goodall said she never dreamt that a humble programme started in 1991 called Jane Goodall's Roots and Shoots would evolve into a planet-wide youth effort.
50 Years of Chimps and Change is co-presented by the Royal Ontario Museum and the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada in partnership with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and the Centre for Environment, University of Toronto, as part of the ROM's Slice of Life: Biodiversity Lecture Series.
Other patrons include Jonathan Porritt, chairman of the UK Sustainable Development Commission, and Dame Jane Goodall, founder of the Jane Goodall institute.
Others are Donna Shirley, inventor of the Mars Rover robot; Jane Goodall, who did invaluable research among chimpanzees; Mary Anning, who as a young girl found the first complete plesiosaurus ever found, which led her to become a paleontologist; and Sue Hendrickson, finder of the most complete set of Tyrannosaurus Rex bones ever--amazingly enough, in South Dakota.
"We have a choice to use the gift of our lives to make the world a better place." Jane Goodall
John Rowling, head of Nunthorpe School, Middlesbrough, is knighted, and heads Pamela Crawford of Middleton Technology School, Manchester, and Ruth Robins of the Jewish Free School, London, become Dames, along with chimpanzee expert Jane Goodall.
The stories incorporate the observations of primate expert Jane Goodall, and illustrate the way chimpanzee families actually communicate with each omen The issues that chimp Okomi faces--sibling rivalry, tantrums and exploration--parallel social stages that human children experience.
"I'll be pleased with all the agreements, if they actually go into practice," remarks primatologist Jane Goodall of the Jane Goodall Institute in Silver Spring, Md.
With additional thanks to Jane Goodall and George Aldrich.
Participants watched a film about the global environmental and humanitarian initiative, aACAyRoots & Shoots', which was implemented in Abu Dhabi for the past year under a partnership agreement between EAD and the world-renowned conservationist, anthropologist and UN messenger of peace Dr Jane Goodall.
graduate student who was attacked by two chimpanzees while leading a tour at the Jane Goodall Sanctuary in South Africa, reportedly underwent six hours of surgery on Sunday and is recovering from his injuries.