I look very much forward to be a part of the "Asia for Animals" conference in December at Jane Goodall institute, Kathmandu. I will also visit India on this occasion for a couple of days.
During my visits I would like to support local shelters and animal welfare workers with much needed support.
Every small donation will make a difference! Thank you for standing beside the animals, their carers and me. See link in bio to learn more about my mission and to donate or write the following in your browser:
It may seem like fun and harmless to take a photo with a wild animal, but not for the animals involved. Most wildlife used in the tourist photo prop industry are taken from their homes and sold and then confined to a tiny cage, only leaving when it’s time for people to gawk at them.
Whether kept in zoos, as pets, or for biomedical research, chimpanzees suffer immensely in captivity. In captivity, chimpanzees lack the chance to solve problems, socialize with family members, travel distances or forage for their own food. They also frequently exhibit signs of stress including over-grooming on arms and legs, continual rocking, spitting, and throwing feces.
@paulhiltonphoto is a conservation photographer who is working to these ends. Hilton uses his powerful photography to remind people that while it can seem almost impossible that our actions can have an impact on animals across the globe, just one look at the traumatized face of this chimpanzee says otherwise.
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Protecting chimpanzees is at the heart of JGI’s work, reflecting Dr. Jane Goodall’s historic legacy. No other organization is as closely aligned to the work of understanding and protecting chimpanzees as the Jane Goodall Institute
A note that Ash was inspired to write for Dr Jane after attending her public talk that took place in Sg last week.
Suffice to say, only one member of this family is gg to heaven. Put in a good word for mummy won't you, my darlin?" "Dear Dr. Goodall,
I want to thank you for making the effort to come to Singapore and giving your enlightening speech! You really inspire me to save the world and I want be just like you when I grow up.
Something that I learnt from your speech is that some of the key issues in the world that we have to solve are to reduce Waste and Population. Also people need to cut down on eating meat because A) It is one of the causes of deforestation, and It is a waste of resources to feed so many animals (I’m not saying they shouldn’t be fed) and also to transport the meat to the stores.
You have touched the heart of many people, including me, so this is what I am going to do to help the world: I will think before taking plastic bags or buying something that will just go to waste. For example, I will never use straws again, not if I can help it.
You probably get lots of messages like mine, so thank you for taking the time to read this letter. And below is my hand drawn picture of you with Wounda.
"I learned a very valuable lesson from Jane: use compassion to do good, and humor to keep going," Kate Melville Rea, Class of 2018.
We were able to send Kate, the FIRST @nyuabudhabi student, to join the Jane Goodall Institute #RootsandShoots Global Leadership Summit at #Windsor Castle.
Jane Goodall is helping raise money for Milla and our Escape Artists.
You can learn more about our much needed fund raising campaign in the video, featuring world-renowned primatologist Jane Goodall, and Sheila Siddle, the founder of Chimfunshi.
Please share and show your support for these 4 beautiful and intelligent chimpanzees, they need your help! https://www.loveanimals.org/campaigns/millas-great-escape/57524dd97f7788c86f13697d
Our current administration needs to listen to brilliant people like #drjanegoodall. She has devoted her life to the natural world (and the chimpanzees that inhabit it). What she has seen in her lifetime and works should be more than enough to sway even the most skeptical. I respect her and her teachings immensely.
¡El 'forage' de Pélél en pleno funcionamiento!
El Instituto Jane Goodall España contribuyó a la reparación de este punto de agua potable situado en la escuela infantil de un pequeño pueblo de la Reserva Natural Comunitaria de Dindéfélo.
En nuestro blog explicamos toda la experiencia y las actividades que el equipo de Educación y Sensibilización del IJG en Senegal realizaron con los niños y niñas de la escuela.
Guess what?! Wildlife Conservation Network's Fall Expo tickets go on sale THIS MONTH! On August 15th, make sure to grab yours at wildnet.org. Jane Goodall will be there for the 8th year in a row, and so will tons of incredible conservation heroes! We can't wait!