Jane Goodall on a Life as a Woman Defending the Wild

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted Nov 19, 2021 | Chatham House, Jane Goodall, Gitika Bhardwaj

Human activities have altered three-quarters of all land and two-thirds of all the ocean on Earth, leading to a rapidly changing climate and unprecedented loss of global biodiversity.  In a series exploring women in international affairs by Chatham House, Jane Goodall speaks to Gitika Bhardwaj about why humanity still has reason to hope. She discusses the impact humans have had on the natural world, the power of storytelling as a means of engaging the public on environmental issues, and changes in public attitudes towards the environment. She also comments on her legacy and on changes she would still like to see.



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