Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE

Dr. Jane Goodall is a world-renowned ethologist and conservationist. Known for her work with chimpanzees, she is a UN Messenger of Peace and advocates for ecological preservation. Through the work of her Jane Goodall Institute and programs like Roots & Shoots, Jane promotes environmental research and conservation. Her work, writing, and speaking engagements also empower people around the globe to effect change. Highlights: * Recipient of Medal of Tanzania * Recipient of the National Geographic Society's Hubbard Medal * Recipient of Japan's Kyoto Prize * Recipient of the Prince of Asturias Award for Technical and Scientific Research * Recipient of the Benjamin Franklin Medal in Life Science * Recipient of the UNESCO 60th Anniversary Medal * Recipient of the Gandhi/King Award for Nonviolence * United Nations Messenger of Peace, April 2002 * Dame of the British Empire, 2004 * France's Legion of Honor, 2006 * Honorary Doctorates from: University of St Andrews; Goldsmiths, University of London; Utrecht University, Holland; Ludwig-Maximilians University, Germany; Stirling University, Scotland; Providence University, Taiwan; University of Guelph and Ryerson University, Canada; Buffalo University; Tufts University; and others throughout the U.S.A. * 2017 National Geographic documentary JANE * 2002 film, Jane Goodall's Wild Chimpanzees * Author of numerous books, about her work, autobiographies, children's books, and a recipe book titled #EATMEATLESS: Good for Animals, the Earth & All

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