Jane Goodall’s discoveries more than 60 years ago transformed humans’ understanding of chimpanzees’ intelligence and social behavior. Her new book, The Book Of Hope, may help readers understand the nature and necessity of hope. In this interview, Goodall discusses how she views local environmental action as a tool to help people remain hopeful. She also discusses the benefits of her non-traditional scientific training. Listen to hear more about where Goodall finds hope and learn how she inspires young people to realize that there is always something they can do to help their cause.
Story Length: 6:36
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