“If people want to prompt change and influence leaders, one way to get the message across is to get into their hearts and inspire from there,” according to world-renowned primatologist and conservationist Jane Goodall.
“Since she began her conservationist work in the 1960s, Goodall has highlighted issues affecting wild chimpanzees and the animal kingdom, including illegal trafficking and habitat devastation. The conservationist has brought these issues to the forefront of people’s agendas, through many forms of storytelling, including in literature, public speaking and activism.
“Something has gone wrong and what’s gone wrong is it’s a disconnect between this clever intellect – and that’s what separates us more than anything from chimpanzees and other animals – and love and compassion – the human heart.” When asked what is the secret of her success, Jane replied, “Passion, mission, just doing what you have to do because you care.”
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